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September 8, 1971 — that was the day it all began.
Over 400 stupid, immature, scrawny kids entered the
maze of corridors, rooms and teachers called Wilming-
ton High. Most of us, being naive and very gullible,
became the victims of jokes like being told to go to the
third floor. Trying to find the swimming pool didn't
work out either. And who'll ever forget buying those
Ah, but we were spirited and quick learners. At out
very first class meeting, we were brought together. We
became a little wiser after being told there was no third
floor, swimming pool, or elevator. After learning that,
we got down to business. We elected our officers.
Cheryl Jensen, president, Linda Kovitch, vice-president,
Cindy Laquidara, treasurer and Robin Land, secretary,
were given the job of leading us through our first con-
fusing year, with a lot of help from our advisor, Mr.
Jones. We were told we would have to pull together to
make ours the greatest class to graduate from Wilming-
ton High. I'm sure a few chuckles were heard at that
time and glances exchanged between enemies.
And so it all began. Our leaders gave us the honor of
starting a new tradition of running a Freshman class
dance. A lot of us got involved in sports to follow in the
footsteps of big names like Mike Espo-
sito, Dick Gillis and Bill Gustus. By the
end of the year, our spirit and intelli-
gence were beginning to show through.
People were beginning to notice those
Thus began another year. We entered
the school once again, no longer tagged
"stupid freshmen" but "cocky sopho-
mores." Now was our turn to play the
Our elected officers that year were
Doria McMillan, president, Lori
McNabb, vice-president, Cindy Laqui-
dara, treasurer, and Paula Kavanaugh,
secretary. Our confidence had grown
over the summer so we attempted and successfully car-
ried out two dances. We also made our first big decision
and picked our class rings. We were getting smarter all
The most important project we undertook that year
was sponsoring a donkey basketball game. Besides be-
ing a fun-filled two hours of donkey chasing and clean-
ing up after them, we raised $500 to donate to the Kevin
Nolan Scholarship fund, in memory of our dear friend.
Another chapter of our story began in our Junior year
as we entered the now well-known halls of our faithful
alma mater. Our attitude was that of "We're almost
there!", and we knew what we were headed for.
We were the big upperclassmen. The teachers were
old buddies by now. But now was the time we really had
to work together with one goal in mind — to get out of
high school and into the real world.
We still had our spirit and intelligence, though. We
elected the same officers to serve as our leaders again.
After receiving our class rings and the usual dance was
over, we turned our attention to one of the biggest
events of the year — The Junior Variety Show. First, we
ran a very successful Patron's Drive. Then we planned,
organized and rehearsed, sometimes, and ended up with
the biggest money making show ever put on. Our en-
thusiasm and energy brought in a record-breaking
crowd. And then it was curtain time. The curtain was
raised and "Jones's Jiving Juniors" came out with a
display of questionable talent in a decent show. But no
matter how good or how bad a show, it achieved it's
purpose. We earned over $2000 for our future activities
and had a great time doing it.
A benefit hockey game was held for the Kevin Nolan
Scholarship fund. After that, everyone got ready for the
"Color My World" was a great success in bringing
the class together and showing each other a different
side of ourselves. Robin Land was elected queen. In here
court were Cindy HoUoway, Terry Bonaccorsi, Julie
Wallace and Leslie Webber.
Our activities for that year ended with our Junior
Banquet in June. During it, many students received
awards for high achievement in classes.
All of a sudden, the last stretch was upon us. We were
now seniors, still young but a little more serious. We
knew that the end would come all too fast and simulta-
neously the beginning of a new and strange life. Books
and teachers were old to us now. But the life that fol-
lowed this year would be different, unknown and unfa-
miliar. We knew we had to complete the final prepara-
tions. Our officers chosen this year were Vin Scifo,
Steve Olson, Cindy Laquidara, and Paula Kavanaugh.
We planned our activities. They included bowling,
roUerskating, swim party and pizza party — just for the
fun of it to live up our last year together.
We sponsored the Victory Dance and ran
another Patron's Drive.
Our Senior Class Play was held in No-
vember. "The Roar of the Greasepaint,
the Small of the Crowd" and its cast were
directed by Miss Carol Chipman. A good
time was had by all in the audience and
also those on stage.
Another benefit hockey game was
held for the Kevin Nolan Scholarship
fund and the Jimmy Ward Scholarship
fund. The game proved to be a poor dis-
play of sportsmanship (mostly on the
part of the teachers), but a success in
raising money for these funds.
We did something very unique this year. As our gift
to the town of Wilmington, we sponsored a blood drive.
Due to the generosity of many students and townspeo-
ple, we gained about 210 pints of blood to put in Wil-
mington's blood bank.
Its importance cannot be understated. Again, our en-
thusiasm and energy succeeded in making our plans
work. Now we await our Senior Prom. It will be held
May 29 at Danversport Yacht Club.
We got an extra bonus this year — a new principal.
Through Dr. Eisenberg's work, many changes have tak-
en place and a closer communication between students
and administration has been brought about. We are
proud to be his first graduating class and wish him
many successful years ahead.
And now the climax of our story is about to take
On June 8 we will be leaving Wilmington High — its
memories, our friends, its failures and achievements.
We have not succeeded in everything we've done, and
probably won't succeed in everything we do in the fu-
ture. But our achievements have been many and out-
number our failures. We leave a long chapter in our
lives and look to the future. To quote our class slogan,
we realize, "We've Only Just Begun."
We, the Class of 1975, residents of Wilmington High
School, Wilmington, Massachusetts, being of lawful
grade and of sound mind and memory, though that fact
may be hard to believe, and having a multitude of tal-
ents, skills, qualities and wisdom which we are gener-
ous enough to bestow on others, do publish and declare
this to be our Last Will and Testament.
First, to our patriotic principal. Dr. Eisenberg, we
leave a taped recording of Kate Smith singing "God
Bless America" to accompany the "National Athem"
each morning. And since the office does not have a flag,
we leave one to Mr. Garrett so he won't have to salute
the "squak box" every morning.
Cincly Costa leaves her notorious nickname. Panda, to
any dark-haired and pudgy girl; Vin Scifo leaves his
presidency to the next great Italian; Betty Deveau leaves
ler height to anyone who wants it; Louise Swisher
eaves her talent of skipping Mrs. Thiel's class and not
getting caught to any one looking for a challenge; Joe
Shibilia leaves the newspaper to Bob McNeil; Karen
Smith leaves her Detroit accent to her sister Sue; and
Kim Strouse leaves her blond locks to anyone who
wants to be a summer blond in December.
To the administration we leave 5,000 threatening tow-
ing announcements and all the resulting
towing bills. To Sargeant McCarthy,
Lieutenant Longo, and Corporal Dadoly
we leave machine guns to enable them to
stop more than one non-passe at a time
during STOP duty. In case you don't
know what STOP stands for it stands for
Stupid Teachers on Patrol. Fourth period
lunch leaves to Mr. Hill and Mrs. Lock-
wood starting gates for the lunch tables.
Kim Baldwin leaves to Mr. Fessenden a
one- year subscription to Ms. Magazine
in hopes that it will raise his conscious-
ness. Type III girls leave to next year's
type III classes a bag of ear plugs to
combat Mrs. Gershon's laugh.
Gay Rinker leaves her name to anyone who wants to
put up with the hassles. Lynn Rinker leaves his name
on the girl's gym list for the last four years. Cindy
Laquidara leaves four year's worth or 1,440 empty lunch
trays to the lunch ladies; however, she will never leave
her lunches to anyone. Kevin Ness leaves his attendance
record to anyone who needs a vacation for 87 days.
Kris Hinxman leaves his bench splinters to Fessy to
pass out next year to the senior or his choice. Diane
Armstrong leaves her brother to anyone who can stand
him. Bob Dorval leaves all the beer in Shamrocks to
Chris Rounds. Diane Shukis leaves her locker to an
unfortunate freshman who still has four years to go at
WHS. Kathy Barry leaves her secret to good marks to
next year's clerical classes. Kris Wicks leaves 101 ways
to skip Miss Longo's class without getting caught to
anyone who can top it. Marie Fantasia leaves a coffee
perculator in Greco's room for when she returns. Cathy
Morrissette would like to leave the British lies to Mr.
Maggio, all the euphanisms she has learned to Mr.
Greco, and the song pscho therapy by Melany to
Mr. Scanlon. Kathy, Lori, and Doria leave Miss Cas-
sidy all their field hockey ability and a box of fresh,
slimey, juicey worms.
Mrs. Aldrich's junior year Satire and Commedy class
leaves her the Bird Farm and seminars. Her Grammar
and Usage classes leave her a box of Reece's peanut
butter cups and the frustrations from parents and
friends of her grammar snob students who continuous-
ly correct everyone's grammar. To Mrs. Mindell all the
CBR classes leave 963 forgotten vocabulary words. To
Mr. Jones, our class advisor, we update his means of
transportation by leaving him a 10 speed bike. Match-
maker Mrs. Gershon is left to any Juniors who don't
have dates to the Senior Prom next year.
Terri Schultz and Mary Simmons leave assemblies in
the auditorium to anyone looking for a few laughs. Julie
Wallace warns Paul Cipriani not to say a certain thing
to Geno. Chuck Wood leaves Diane to Eric to walk to
class, soccer to his brothers, and biology to Rick Fudge.
Joe Leary leaves the town park and 660's; Cindy Top-
ping leaves Allyne Rice a senior sleepout without Nally.
Judy Wright leaves her absent notes to Carole Centrella,
and her gym clothes to anyone who has locker #285 and
hopefully a strong nose to go with it. Jackie Stygles
leaves Tommy Gillis an empty beer can; Kathy Sullivan
leaves her boxing gloves at Ruggerio's party; and Cindy
Topping leaves all the Home Ec. teachers a free sundae
You may not have known it, but in our own class we
have several talented writers who have written books.
First, Lauri Lombardi and Linda Kovitch have written a
book entitled "How to Get Caught Forging Library
Passes". This book has been dedicated to Mr. Hamilton.
Leslie Keough leaves "1000 Ways to Play
Dumb" to anyone who can use it to their
advantage; and Kenny Levitt leaves his
book, "The Defense of King Richard" to
Wildlife expert Pat Mason leaves all
her bull stories to Mr. Garrett. To Mr.
Fessenden Linda Kovitch leaves a barrel
to put empty beer cans in after cocktail
hour is over. Lousie Swisher leaves Mrs.
Gershon all her lit matches and ciga-
rettes from the last four years. Frank De-
Piano leaves his hitious laugh to Fred
Bellissmo to humor him through next
year's football season. Ralph Peterson
leaves his telephone number to Mrs. Sy-
monds so she can call his mother any-
time she wants. Gail Knott and Linda Catalano leave
their class "Twinkle toes" to any student in Miss
McCarthy's dancing class.
Debbie Lancaster leaves her well-fought-for seat at
lunch to Beth Baldwin; Rick McCully leaves his 5.7
record to Joe Tannian; Debbie Fahey leaves her locker to
John and Susan; Cindy Holloway and Carol Morin
leave Stop & Go to Brenda Rossi and successors; and
Karen MacEachern just leaves period! Don O'Connell
would like to leave his size to his little brother Scotty,
better judgement to Mr. Fessenden, and a piece of cake
to Mr. Greco. Rich Goodspeed leaves his parking space
to Mr. Garrett; Brian Godfrey leaves his elevator shoes
to Chuck Gilotti; Bonnie Hebsch leaves Kerin Pilcher a
closed off bridge; and Willis Lyford leaves his soft spok-
en personality and a muzzle to Mark Smith.
In the event that the "squak box" breaks down. Sue
Doucette leaves her mouth to replace it. Linda Catalano
would like to leave her and Kris's locker to next year's
class sweethearts. Nora Pelletier leaves her typewriter
and what is left of her eraser to Sue Smith. Debbie Lucci
leaves her whistles, hot tape recorder, and Mrs. Stultz to
Nancy Sullivan and Janet Yankowski. Kevin Tighe
leaves his little bag of tricks daring anyone to open it.
And finally, along with our thanks and appreciation
to the faculty and administration, we leave to Mr. Kelley
his halls in WHS empty of still another graduation
class, the Class of 1975.
— Lauren Neville
In September of 1990, I decided to go and see Ed
Harnish who is now a full fledged hypnotist. I wanted
to see what has become of some of my illustrious class-
The first revelation I have is Kim Baldwin as presi-
dent of the Wilmington Men's Club. Assisting her is
Joe Russo in charge of slimnastics. Mad-
dog Wally has gone mad about weight-
lifting. Don Churchill is giving ballet
lessons to Bob Dorval, who is now the
W.H.S. football coach.
Stunned by this turn of events, I won-
der what is to come. Paula Kavanaugh is
now head cheerleader for the Boston Pa-
triots. Ralph Peterson is waterboy at
Schaefer. He is in charge of bringing wa-
ter or whatever to John Kaminski to help
him score all those touchdowns. Mark
Callahan, whose new scoring method is
based on some of those weirdo math department formu-
las, is in charge of the football cards. Gene Witham is
his head dispenser, trying to recoup his losses.
Heading back to dear old Wilmington, I ran into the
bank to cash a check. Who was working there, none but
president, Jake Tighe. Doria McMillan, Tammy Oli-
veira, Cindy Laquidara, and Cindy Costa are his secre-
taries, and Steve Brander as his speech writer. Willie
Lyford and Lorraine Spada are working as tellers. Don
O'Connell was a teller, but after being short $1000, he is
now the custodian.
As I leave the bank and head to Jack-in-the-Box, I
find Kevin Ness, Jack Stygles and Carl Butler occupy-
ing their usual seats. Vin Scifo, his wife Marilyn and
their sixteen kids are going through the line in the Rosil
Mobile. Leaving Jack-in-the-Box, I almost ran into Lin-
da Allen in her finance's new Rolls Royce.
Has this town gone crazy? Surely old W.H.S. hasn't. I
seek refuge in these hallowed halls. As I come in the
front door, I am greeted by the new principal. Bob
Bavota. Julie Wallace is his secretary. Mary Markey is
now the superintendant. Steve Olson is still trying to
pass Algebra I, with Lynn Rinker as the teacher. Jimmy
O'Conners has taken over the counsel-
ing department, with Gene Reithel and
Jamie Hadfield as guards. Robin Land is
now the school truant officer.
The Class of '75 has taken over every-
where, I must check out the town hall to
see if they have infiltrated there. Mark
West is now the town manager. Marie
Fantasia is working on the tri-centenial
commission. Leslee Webber is the recrea-
tion director. Vince Castellano is chair-
man of the board of health. Brian God-
frey, Mark Yankowski, Richard Diehl
and Linda Kovitch are the selectmen. Surely there must
be one place that the class has not taken over.
I take a short walk down by the Town Crier, where
Joe Shibilia is now the editor. Two hundred yards down
the railroad tracks was our secret hide-a-way. Now there
are condominiums owned and operated by Kathy Sulli-
van, Elaine Heim and Lori McNabb. Steve Pilcher, Leo
Jones, Wayne Vokey and Dana Rouche are their
grounds keepers. Stunned by this takeover of the town,
I head back to my job at the drugstore on Route L
The snapping of a can opening awakens me from the
I bid farewell to dear old Wilmington. As I leave the
office, I see other members of my class of '75 going in
for help. I hope they have better luck than I did.
— Doug McLain
I would like to welcome you to the graduating exercises of our class of 1975.
There is really nothing I can say that hasn't been said many times before at past
graduations, so I'll be brief.
Today marks the end of twelve years of formal education.
The enforced shelter of high school life is left behind as we venture out into the
world in pursuit of a career and, hopefully, happiness. From the very first year of
school, we have been prepared for the moment when we would be on our own and
recognized as adults. The question is, "Are we ready?" For the first time, we will
be making our own decisions, forming our own lives. This will be the greatest of
all challenges. It will not be easy. We can't escape the fact that these are trying
times. Inflation and unemployment will make the task of providing and caring for
ourselves and potential families all the more difficult. Some of us, will embark on
this course immediately, joining the work force while others of us will be forced to
work to assist in providing for additional education we seek. Many uncertainties
lie ahead but as we gain experience in the coming years, hopefully, these uncer-
tainties will be overcome.
I am sure that those in attendance today join me in wishing each graduate
success and more importantly happiness in whatever he or she undertakes. And,
on behalf of the class of 1975, I would like to thank you for attending this
— Mark Callahan
Good afternoon! Today my fellow classmates and I are not only celebrating the conclusion of
our high school education, but the birth of our future. Like the beginning of our country, two
hundred years ago, our new birth sets us on our independent journey. But like our revolutionary
country, we are unsure of our destiny, confused about our route and in quest of truth.
It is important to remember we start our futures with the potential of greatness, just as our
country was started with the same potential and built it into a leading nation.
If we develop our potential with knowledge, persistance, and confidence, we shall reach our
goals. The great inventors and government leaders in our country's history knew they had
potential and were determined to attain greatness. Each one of us has individual talents and
individual goals which we must develop and pursue. After examining our dreams, and evaluating
our abilities, as many of our forefathers did, we will then know which route to follow. Once on that
route, our ambitions and attitudes will lead us to our destiny.
If we allow our potentials to lie dorment, we shall never have the personal satisfaction of
accomplishment and productivity. Of course, there will be those of us who will have set backs and
many will need the courage to face disappointments. But if we have truly strived for our dreams,
the disappointment cannot be in ourselves, for we have tried.
In the history of the United States, great men have faultered but others have learned by their
mistakes. As Longfellow said: "Look not mournfully into the past, it comes not back again. Wisely
improve the present, it is thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy future, without fear, and with a
Others besides ourselves have been scared of failure, yet they faced their fears with courage and
were able to resolve them. There will be many times in our lives we will be scared and perplexed:
However, our courage, wisdom, and determination like those of our heritage, will guide us. Even if
we feel we have failed, we cannot completely regard it as failure for others may profit by our
Our strong courageous leaders defiantly created a new government as they walked into their
dark unknown future with determination and courage, leaving behind a path for others to follow.
As we depart here today with our potentials, we will walk out into our bright, new future
remembering the words of Longfellow: "Lives of great men all remind us we can make our lives
sublime, And, departing, leave behind us footprints on the sands of time!"
— Lorraine Spada
Front Row; Mike Barcellos, Barry Foster, Chris Delucca, Les Peabody, Jim Stewart,
Bob Woods, Bob Aprile, Bill Sinopoli, Back Row; Coach Jim Gillis, Doug McLain,
Tom Bromander, Jim Busby, Bob Dorval, Dan Hurley, Dan Spear, Coach Jim Melzar.
1st Row: Beth Benson, Sharon Downs, Tammy Olivera, Paula Kavanaugh, Lori McNabb, Tish Hadfield, Linda Hardy. 2nd Row: Miss Garipay,
Donna Lucci, Gail Smith, Sheila Burns, Carol Lombard, Laura Miller, Linda Rudniki, Barbara Moulton.
1st Row: Willie Lyford, Bob Nicholos, Patti Bransfield, Karen Smith, Rick Aronofsky, Steve Tsihlis. 2nd Row: Don Lombardi. Mark Smith, Larry
Burke, Dave LaRivee, Joe Smith, Chuck Kindred, Steve Welch. 3rd Row: Sally Jones, Sally Anderson, Ann Gagnon, Nancy Jones, Nancy Smith,
Fran Scrano, Jean McDonald.
SENIOR TRACK MEMBERS: Front L To R Ian Macinnis, Brian Godfrey, Steve Coville,
Dana Roueche, Mark Blaisdell, Jim Cavanaugh, Peter McNaughton, Dave Cain, Back L
To R Rick McCully, Tim Nee, Wayne Vokey, Rich Russo, Doug Spring, Frank DePiano,
Paul Reed, Joe Shibilia, Mike Connolly.
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WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
We, the Class of 1975, dedicate this Yearbook to Life and
to all the people who have helped to shape ours.
CAN YOU FIND YOUR KINDERGARTEN FRIENDS? Ann Butters, Linda Allen, Bill An-
dersen, Donna Beninati, Johnny Andrews, Bonnie Hebsh, Alan Jensen, Dougey Spring, Bru-
cey Macdonald, Richy Goodspeed, Freddy Cain, Jamie Hatfield, Marcy Lester, and Markey
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Twelve Times Us
First grade we learned to smile.
We acknowledged one another's friendship.
Second, we grew closer.
Through sharing Oreos and playing red rover.
Third followed, we learned to tease —
We sent one another home crying.
Fourth brought fieldtrips.
Fifth, we began to identify with each other.
Sixth separated our friendship,
We were bused to different schools.
We met new people and together we changed.
Seventh grade brought new interests.
Eighth, we started to work together.
Freshman year we raised money.
We smiled and cried together.
Sophomore year showed hopes for the future.
Junior year, we reached out to each other.
We learned to relax and to smile through the
ST. THOMAS C.Y.O.
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Senior year, many walked with pride and
A few walked with fear.
This, we all knew, was our last year as a
Our most important year.
We became adults.
We had made each other what we were: No
other class had done better.
With hands clasped and heads held high,
We said, "We are one."
— Marie Elena Fantasia
CLASS OF _
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Mr. Walter H. Pierce, Superintendent of Schools.
Mr. Derek R. Little, Assistant Superintendent of Schools.
Seated: Mr. Harry Landers, Mrs. Barbara Hooper, Mr. John Brooks. Standing: Mr. John
Demos, Mr. Richard Thackeray, Mr. John Nealon, School Committee.
Mr. Bernard P. McMahon, Administrator of Non-
Mr. Anthony DeLuca, Administrator of Work Study.
Mr. Jerry A. Houghton, Business Manager.
Dear Students :
This is an Important time in your life, graduation
from high school. You deserve a hearty congratulations for
accomplishing this achievement. But your work has just begun.
You are now young adults with a credential. You
have the responsibility as a high school graduate to provide
leadership in your schools, community, and nation. You can do
this by voting and holding a public office. Being a School
Committee member is not out of your grasp; nor Is being actively
involved In your community.
My sincerest best wishes for success in the job
Georgs 0. Eisenberg
Dr. George O. Eisenberg, Principal
Mr. Harold F. Garrett, Assistant Principal
Mr. Roger F. Breakey, Dean of Students
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Mr. John B. Lynch, Coordinator of Student Activities
Mrs. Patricia A. Gearty, Mrs. Winifred M. Barry, Secretaries
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Seated: Mrs. Constance Skahan, Miss Majorie A. Marshall. Standing: Mr. George F. Cogan, Dr. Kevin W. Callahan, Dr.
Harold D. Homefield.
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Mr. Malcolm W. Jones.
Mrs. Joanne Burke
Doris Brady, Sue Harvey, Anna Gianardi, Virginia Tyner, Paula Elliot, Claire DEntremont, Mickey Okley, Thelma Gardner, Ella Efraimson, Irene
Hailey, Ellen Bright, Nora Blonson, Kitchen Staff.
Mrs. Joan Bachman, Nurse.
Mrs. Virginia Erickson, Librarian.
Jimmy Downs & Al Coriglio, Custodians.
Seated: Mrs. Frances Boudreau, Department head; Mrs. Donna Green. Standing: Mrs. M. Ei-
leen Harvey, Mrs. Mary Thiel, Mrs. Donna Gershon, Miss Martha Land, Mrs. Suellen Doggett,
Mr, Charles Shiere.
Miss Jean Longo
Mr. Francis Kelley.
Mr. Timothy Hill, Miss Patricia Norkunas, Mr. Roger Cote.
Mr. Warren Atkinson, Mr. James Baixock, Department head, Mrs. Carol King.
Mr. Robert Milley, Mr. Robert Saxe, Mr.
Mr. Richard W. Fardy, Mrs. Marjorie Butler
Mr. James R. Megyesy
Miss Georgia Dadoly
Mrs. Jeanne C. Pederson
Mrs. Priscilla Lockwood
Mr. John F. Hartnett, Jr., Mr. John T. F. Krey.
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Mrs. Rosemarie A. Koure, Mr. Daniel Greece, Miss Carol A. Chipman, Mr. Matthew K. Joyce, Mrs. Joyce
B. Aldrich, Mrs. Barbara K. Mindell.
Miss Karen 5. Hellmer.
Mrs. Catherine Symonds, Mr. Richard J.
Mr. Robert M. Malay.
Mrs. Betsy Cronin, Mrs. Beverly Shea, Mr. Robert Hamilton, Mrs. Mary J. Kennedy, Miss Sylvia T. Milanese.
Miss Susan Rozen, Mrs. Joy Kern, Miss Charleen M. Golonka
Mr. Salvatore R. Albano, Special Needs.
Seated L to R: Mrs. Cecelia Lewis, Miss Maria F. Medeiros, Mrs. Marlene Ross, Mrs. Patricia
Lohnes. Second Row: Mrs. Lydia H. Baan, Mrs. Terese M. Mills.
Miss Louise B. Bocchino, Chairman.
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Mr. Richard Scanlon, Mr. Lawrence Maggio.
Mr. Carl Olson, Mr. Robert Cripps, Mr. Alan Fessenden.
Mr. Joseph Beaton, Department head.
Mr. Gennaro DiSarcina.
Mrs. Lesley Basmajian, Mr. Charles Keady.
Miss Clare Kroll.
Mrs. Margaret Giordano, Mrs. Eileen Malay, Miss Maureen LaHaise, Miss Nancy
Mrs. Mildred Bean
Miss Linda Jackson, Miss Barbara Mette, Mrs. Marie Stultz.
Miss Laura Campbell, Mr. John Brake.
Miss Jeanne Cannon
Miss Alice McCarthy, Miss Janet Cassidy.
Mr. Frederick Bellissimo, Mr. Edward Harrison.
Mr. John McDermott, Mr. Charles Keller, Mr. Michael Nee, Mr. Lawrence DeGeorge,
Mr. Frank Lentine, Mr. Alfred Hambelton, Department head.
Mr. Robert Dicey.
Seated: Bill Elliott, Todd Little, John Kaminski, Carolyn Landry, Ken Leavitt, Bobby McNeil, Danny Bognore. Standing; Gordon Holden, Mark
Callahan, Mr. Milley, advisor, Tom Marden, Steve Jacobs, Larry Reinhart, Richard Veditor.
First Row: Cindy Lacquidera, Marianne Connolly. Second Row: Nora First Row: Ken Leavitt, Gary Minks. Second Row: Dave Landry,
Pelletier, Janet Young, Cheryl Clark. Standing: Mrs. Symonds, advi- S.teve Jacobs, Mr. Joyce, advisor. Third Row: Richard Langone,
SOT- George Lingenfelter.
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Willis Lyford, Karen MacEachern, Corolyn Landry, Mike Barcellos.
First Row: D. Cook, Rosie Wallent, Karen Gagnon, Cheryl Lopez, Michelle Virtus. Second Row: Lusann Nicholas, Julie Brooks, Cathy Bristol, Pam
Strand, Marie Fantasia, Nora Pelletier. Third Row: John Campbell, Ton\ Stewart, Karen McVicker, Mary Markey, Mike Barcellos, Steve Tsihlis,
First Row: Mary Markey, Heather Tadgell, Eileen Sullivan, Lousan Nicholas, Julie Brooks. Second Row: Michelle Virtus, Ellen O'Rourke, Shirley
Hughes. Third Row: Jim O'Conners, Mike Barcellos, Karen MacEachern, Kathy Barry, Gail Knott, Tom Bromander, Carol Hodgdon, Brian God-
frey, Mrs. Gagnan (Advisor).
First Row: Lynn Hastings, Sandra Hogg, Maureen Baker, Nora Pelletier. Second Row: Tami Tutela, Mrs. King, Alan Jensen, Dan Pelletier. Third
Row: Cindy Costa, Maria Viula, Jerry Blum, Lorraine Spada. Fourth Row: Angela Valente, Debbie Leonard, William Anderson, Rich Stratton, Gary
Minks, Ken Leavitt, Mark Smith, Mark Callahan, Willy Lyford, Kurt Mueller, Missing: Lou Perry, Rose Tyler, Donna Mills, Randy Skilling.
First Row: Carol Desforge, Sue Smith. Second Row: Susan Towle, Sue Doucette, Elaine Freeman, Miss Longo (Advi-
sor), Mary Osgood, Linda Enos. Third Row: Susan Childs, Diane Kelly, Nora Pelletier, Gail Knott, Diane Sugrue, Kath
Kazmaier, Dawn Bradford.
First Row: Kim Baldwin, Elaine Freeman, Cindy Laquidara, Paula Kavanaugh, Mary Markey, Kathi Shinners, Dorris Motschman. Second Row:
Debbie Lancaster, Karen MacEachern, Lauri Lombardi, Betty Nee, Lauren Neville, Lorranine Spada, Nora Pelletier. Third Row: Ron Aprile, Brian
Neville, Mark Blaisdell, Jackie Dawson, Bob Dorval, Rich Stratton, Willis Lyford, Mark Callahan, John Kaminski, Cheryl Clark, Kath Kazmaier,
Rowl: JoeSmith, Dave Sousa, Larry Burke, Jerry Sullivan, John Boudreau. Row 2: Mike Perry, Mr. Atkinson, Gary Gable, Bruce Fortin.
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Row 1: Karen Robertie, Susan Deveau, Heather Tadgell, Kim Baldwin, Pam Strand, Row 2: Lisa Gubellini, Maureen Hewlett, Karen
Row 1: Marrianne Connolly, Janet Young, Diane Dizacomo, Row 2: Scott Hamson, John Doiron, Rich Stratten, Cheryl
Clark, JoeShibilia, Bob Tadgell, Row 3: Judith Wright, Jim Allen, Marie Fantasia, Mrs. Harvey.
First Row: John Kaminski, Mark Callahan, Rick McCully, Frank
Depiano, Willis Lyford.
First Row: Todd Little, Carolyn Landry, Larry Reinhart, John Kamin-
ski, Mr. Atkinson, advisor, Thomas Marden.
First Row: Todd Little, Gary Gable, Kenn Leavitt, Larry McGrath, George Lingenfelter. Second Row: Mr. Beaton, advisor, Roger Hampson, Don
Sunnerberg, Willis Lyford, John Imbimbo, Eddie Reynolds.
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First Row: Lorraine Spada, Janis Tyner, Ms Cambell Second Row: Mary Anne Sullivan, Karen Doucette, Cheryl Clark, Diane Dizacomo, Janet
Young, Marianne Connolly, Mr. Brake Third Row: Tom Jillette, Paul Marasco, Jayne Jackson, Linda Hilderbraud, Sonna Carter.
First Row: Ron Deveau, Don Sunnerberg, Lorraine Spada, Sharon Clark, Billy Cunningham, John Price, Ron MacMullen, Patricia Berry, Karen
Eisner. Second Row: Allen Jenson, Dave Landry, Rich Stratton, Mr. John Krey, Todd Little, Ken Leavitt, Lawrence McGrath, Willis Lyford, Mark
Harvey. Third Row: Gary Minks, Alan Jensen, Don Capone, John Kaminski, Mark Callahan, Mark Lies. Fourth Row: Erin Hughes, Valerie Dou-
cette, Tami Tutela, Nancy Hooper, Pam Welch, Carol Fillio, Cheryl Vayo, Jayne Jackson. Norma Little, Lisa Smith, Sandra Hogg, Linda Higley, Su-
san Capone. On Ladder: Carolyn Landry, Rebecca Baldwin, Diane Clark, Donna Mills.
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Standing: Dave MacMillan, John Campbell, Mike Barcellos, Mr. Cote, advisor. Seated: Diane Silverman, Patti Murphy, Ann Gagnon, Linda Kov-
itch, Peggy Barry, Janis Ritchie. 3rd Row: Debra Cook, Diane Cook, Cheryl Lopez, Chuck Woods, Michelle Virtus, Nancy Meyer, Cheryl Walsh.
Back Row: Mary Markey, Pam Strand, Patti Bransfield, Linda Allen, Marie Draper, Gail Knott, Rose Wallent, Bruce Butters, Phil Kissenger, Paula
Radochia, Richard McDennolt, Brenda Tyler.
Row 1: Diane Dizacomo, Karen Bourassa, Kathi Shinners, Paula Peters. Row 2: Kenny Leavitt, Karen Wiberg, Cindy Marden, Karen Fielding, Caro-
lyn Landry, Cheryl Clark, Lorraine Spada, Scott Hamson. Row 3: Karen Simmons, Mary Thomas, Cheryl Martin, Marianne Connolly, Miss Carol
Chipman, advisor, Rosanne Dombrowski, Cindy Costa, Nancy Hooper, Sharon Clark. Row 3: Mark Matarese, Don Sunnergerg, Nora Pelletier,
Willis Lyford. Missing: Lisa Gonzales, Kathy Mirabito.
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Chris Rounds, vice president; Susan Day, president; Donna Knickle, treasurer; Bren-
j\ da Rossi, secretary.
Jr Debbie Reinhart, secretary; John Campbell, president; Dave MacMillan, vice president;
Lynn Lacey, treasurer, Mr. Saxe, advisor.
Helen Bailey, secretary, Brenda Burns, treasurer; Miss
Norkunnas, advisor; Pam Strand, president; Debbie
Olson, vice president.
Front: Paula Kavanaugh, Secretary; Vinnie Scifo, President. Rear: Steve Olson, Vice-President;
Cindy Laquidara, Treasurer.
Front: Mary Markey, Leslee Webber. Middle: Julie Wallace, Carrie Ar-
vanitis, Linda Enos. Rear: Mr. Malcom Jones, advisor, Joy Walley.
Mr. Malcom W. Jones, CLASS ADVISOR.
Seated: Diane Pumpfrey, Diane Robson, Carrie Arvanitis, Linda Pintrich, Jane Conlin. Standing: Coach Cassidy, Laura Miller, Sheila Burns, Kathy
Sullivan, Doria MacMillan, Patti Bransfield, Tammy Oliveira, Kerin Piltcher, Beth Harrison, Lori McNabb.
Row 1: Jim Nee, Lenny Graves, Mickey Grant, Rich Balestrieri, Doug Spring, Mark Blaisdell, Ian Maclnnis, Brian Callahan, Larry O'Brien, Chris
DeLuca, Alex Miele. Row 2: Barry Phillips, Barry Foster, Rich Arfwedson, Tony Gravallese, John McNaughton, Dave Cain, Jack Bransfield, Bobby
Olson, Chris Burke. Row 3: Steve Corille, Pete McNaughton, Mark Coursey, Joe Leary, Bill Lamkin, Lenny Daley, Charlie Zaverson, Rick McCully.
Row 4: Frank Kelly, coach. Ken Liston, Myron Maclnnis, Dan Spear, Jamie Burke, Peter Jensen, Bill Aalerud, Mike Tyner, Tom Bromander, Mike
Morris, Keith Rouche. Missing: John Boudreau, Tim Nee.
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First Row: Mark Yankowski, Ronald DeVeau, Richard Spinney, Paul Marasco, Bruce MacDonald, Chuck Wood, Chris DiCecca, Dave Maloney,
Robert Pidgeon, Danny Burns, Steve Winchell. Second Row: Eric Wood, Tom Ellsworth, Dave McMillan, Mike Marini, Paul Trickett, Jeff Co.te,
Scot Lane, Dave Sousa, Mark West, Jim Logan, Matt Donally. Third Row: Coach Lentine, Sheldon Maga, Mike Mose, Kris Minxman, Alan Jensen,
Tommy Stewart, Jimmy Doyle, Craig Wood, Bill Belliveau, Brian Murphy, John Kaminski, Asst. Coach Peabody.
First Row: Chris Rounds, Dana Mullarky, Don Churchill, Jack Stygles, Captain, Carl Butler, Captain, Bob Bavota,
Captain, Frank DePiano, Ralph Peterson, Bob Dorval, Jim Busby. Second Row: Coach Bellissimo, Mike Gray, Dave
Churchill, Mike Cariglio, Bob Aprile, Mark Esposito, Mike Mazzola, Gary MacDonald, Paul Cipriani, Les Peabody,
Ray Gaud, Peter Brown, Mike Callahan. Third Row: Mike Andres, Coach Ken Palm, Steve Bavota, Tom Richards, Bob
Woods, Jim Stewart, Bill Keough, Billy Bibeau, Brian Anderson, Jack Moran, Steve Griffin, Kevin Hurley, Mike Fal-
zone. Fourth Row: Coach Ritchie, Dave LaRivee, Jeff Noelke, John Campbell, Bob Kohler, Tom Gillis, Steve Hunter,
Ray Vengren, Gordie Fitch, Tim Gould, Ken Gray, Dino Esposito, Ricky Gray.
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Row 1: Majorettes — Janet Yankowski, Karen Moore, Nancy Sullivan, Mary Sullivan, Debbie Lucci — Capt, Sally
Carlson, Teresa Castaldo, Lisa Hancox, Karen Morgan. Row 2: Miss Jackson, Miss Mette, Larry Burke, Lenny Licari,
Phil Enos, Gary Russo, Norma Stone, Phyllis Downs, Kathi Shinners, Joan Ratto, Bill Cunningham, Joe Smith, Robin
Patterson, Laurie Hastings, Jay Spence, Brad Keough. Row 3: Gerry Blum, Cheryl Sullivan, Eric Wood, Kathi Hannon,
Sandy Allison, Colleen Cunningham, Paul Grenier, Beth Emond, Holly Garrett, Linda Higley, Steve Enos. Row 4:
Danny Pellitier, Mark Harvey, Rich Goodspeed, Steve Keisinger, Al Wilson, Don Capone, Kathy Barry, John Milano,
Dan Durant, Elaine Jepson. Colorguard: Marcy Lester, Susan Childs, Jodie Allison, Kath Kazmaier. (Missing: Donna
Arsenault, Susan Bognori). Row 5: Ken Aalerud, Peter Surrette, Joe Leary, Shaun Cunningham, Bob Nicolas, Wayne
Pilla, Carl Baptiste, Joe Emond, Gary Hastings, Greg Wood. Missing: Cindy Marden.
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Front Row: Leslee Webber, Terri Schultz, Paula Kavanaugh, Mary Markey. Second Row: LeanneLautz, Cindy Aruda,
Cathy Towle, Jean Magee, Julie Briggs, Lisa Guebelini, Donna Knickle, Peggy Barry, Donna Begonis.
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Row 1: Peter McNaughton, Dale Martin, Doug McLain; Vin Scifo Capt; Jim Stewart, Paul Cipriani, Ralph Peterson,
Bob Dorval, Bob Burns, Bob Aprile, Dave Maloney, Mark West, Row 2: Coach Bob Malay, Trainer John Dombi, Var-
sity Coach Gino DiSarcina, Coach Bob Milley.
Front Row; Lydia Nolan, Patte Murphy, Rose Wallent, Kathy Sullivan, Sheila Burns, Donna Knickle, Linda Pintrich.
Back Row; Miss Georgia Dadoly, coach, Paula Kavanaugh, Mary Ann Sullivan, Karen Smith, Carol Lombard, Ellen
O'Rourke, Beth Harrison, Tammy Oliveira, Doria McMillan, Ms. Sylvia Milanese, asst coach.
Front Row; Kenny Plummer, John Fairweather, Tom McNannara, Brian Godfrey, co-captain, Paul Crescitelli, Mike
Merini, Mike Gracia, Billy Bibeau, Bob Kohler. Back Row; Alan Fessenden, coach, Russell Meyers, Dan Burns, Tom
Bromander, asst. captain, Mike Connolly, Dino Esposito, Paul Trickett, Alan Wilson, Bab Olson, Gordie Fitch, Dana
MuUsrky, co-captain, Tom Crowley, asst. coach.
Kneeling: coaches Frank Kelley and Bob Cripps. First Row: Steve Enos, John McNaughton, Mickey Grant, Mark
Blaisdell, Doug Spring, Rich McDonald, Dan Spear, Laurie Roueche, Jim Nee, Jim Bibeau, Gary Gable. Second Row:
Tom Walsh, Jim Hachey, Myron Maclnnis, Kevin Burke, Bill Lambkin, Frank DePiano, Bob Sferrazza, Keith Roueche,
Joe Leary, Mark Rodan, Tom Arnold, Chris Burke, Barry Foster. Third Row: Larry O'Brien, Dave Cain, Charlie Zaver-
son, Tony Gravellese, Chris DiCecca, Rick McCully, co-captain, Dana Roueche, Wayne Vokey, Don Capone, Ron
Alphen, Ken Aalerud. Fourth Row: Lenny Daley, Don Churchill, Chris DeLuca, Steve Napolitano, Joe Shibilia, Joe
Tannian, Chuck Kindred, Paul Reed, Ken Liston. Fifth Row: Ian Maclnnis, Steve Coville, co-captain, Tim Nee, co-
captain, Peter Capone.
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THE ROAR OF THE GREASEPAINT
THE SMELL OF THE CROWD
1975 TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Mr. Kelley is a dedicated teacher, not only in the
classroorn, but also on the athletic field. He is an
inspiration to students. His energy and enthusiasm
have influenced us, the Class of 1975. This is why
we have chosen Mr. Kelley as Teacher of the Year.
"GET OUT OF MY CORRIDOR!"
We have progressed and matured since we en-
tered as freshman in 1971. Mr. Jones, our Class
Advisor, was very helpful and concerned about
making our years at the high school unforgetable.
He has helped us through the difficult times from
the Patrons' Drives, proms, dances, and JV Show to
our graduation. For his assistance we are very grate-
ful and wish him the best always.
Row 1: Holly Garrett, Tammy Olivera, Paula Kavanaugh, Donna Duffy, Ann Butters, Patti Bransfield. Row 2: Steve
Tsihlis — Tri-editor, Lauren Neville, Mary Markey, Lauri Lombardi, Cindy Costa, Linda Kovitch, Leslee Weber, Cheryl
Clark, Janet Young, Kath Kazmaier — Tri-editor. Row 3: Susan Day, D. Cook, Marie Draper, Doris Motschman,
Debbie Lancaster, Ron Aprile, Mr. Woodbury —Advisor, Cathy DeWilde, Nora Pellitier, Gail Knott, Cindy Richards,
Peggy McGinley. Missing: Linda Allen — Tri-editor.
The Yearbook Staff would like to express their
appreciation to Mr. Woodbury for all the time
and effort he put forth on our yearbook. His
cheerful, easy going nature relaxed us during
many tense moments. His patience was inex-
haustible. His cooperation helped us meet all our
deadlines. His concern for us and our yearbook
encouraged us to do our best.
WHAT -NO TIE?
The gang — "We're almost done!'
MOST GULLIBLE - Mark West and Leslie Keogh
CLASS SWEETHEARTS - Kris
Hinxman and Linda Catalano
and Lisa Gately
— Steve Olson
MR. AND MRS. WHS - Vin Scifo
and Doria McMillan
FRIENDLIEST -Cindy Lacquidara
and Rich Russo
CLASS ARTISTS —Robin Land and Marty Begonis
CLASS PARTIERS - Linda Kovitch, Chris Emery,
CLASS MUSICIANS — Joe Leary and Rene Ferrara
MS. —Kim Baldwin
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MOST RESPECTED - Mary
Markey and Jack Stygles
CLASS FLIRTS - Mike Barcellos
and Donna Duffy
PRETTIEST SMILE - Elaine Free-
man and Tim Nee
CLASS SKIPPERS - Kevin Ness, skipped - Meri Elia
QUIETEST — Donna Beninati and Dave
PRETTIEST EYES -Lynn
Rinker and Gay Rinker
CLASS WISEGUYS -Lori McNabb and
HEARTBREAKER -Bob Bavota
CLASS BRAINS — Lorraine Spada and Mark Callahan
MOST ATHLETIC - Rick McCully and Kathy Sullivan
CLASS LOUDMOUTHS - Ralph Peterson and Susan Doucette
PRETTIEST HAIR - Nancy But-
ters and Jamey Hadfield
CLASS BROWNIES - Peter Mc-
Naughton and Paula Kavanough
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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED -
Mark Blaisdell and Lauri Lombardi
BEST DRESSED - Linda Allen and
BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS - Willis Lyford and Lorraine Spada
'. Boston Bruins art
They took Toronto in a tuff five!
The Boston Bruins are so great.
They took St. Louis in four straight!
The opening whistle in Boston blew
And the periods close, St. Louis trailed by two.
For the rest of the series it was the same.
The St. Louis Blues were never in the game.
In the other series the Rangers flew.
And finished Chicago and waited for the crew.
Waiting for Boston, they wished they hadn't done.
Because the Bruins started off from the opening gun.
The mighty Orr was hurting, you could tell
But controlled the game as the Bruin crowd yell!
The Bruin gang could do nothing but score,
And after two, the Rangers trailed by four!
Out in the third period the Rangers came,
Skating hard, they tied the game.
But the Bruins didn't lose their cool,
Ace came down, and made Park a fool.
The crowd screamed and yelled as Ace flipped it by.
And the Garden scoreboard read 6-5 !
The Boston Bruins won the game
And the New York Rangers left in shame.
Don't get me wrong the Rangers are tuff.
But they just don't have Bruin stuff.
They don't have Orr, and they don't have Pie,
And Espo and Cash and Hodge make N.Y. cry.
Let's face it people, Boston has the stuff.
And the only thing the Bruins give is alot of guff.
New York fans boast and brag.
But the Bruins fans know the series is in the bag!
Kevin F. Nolan
1957 — 1972
R. WILLIAM AALERUD
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2; Band 1,2,3; Cross
Country 4; Winter Track 4; Ski Club 1,2,3,
4; Chess Club 2. TO REMEMBER: Football
with the band, blizzard at Okemo, 15.01.
TO FORGET: Pete's shoe, Hartnett's 4th
term Earth Science, Lunches, Hone's French
1. CHALLENGE: Being accepted to MIT's
architectural school, be on the U.S. Ski
team. FUTURE PLANS: College.
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1,2, 3; Winter
track 1,2; TO REMEMBER: The tracks. TO
FORGET: The land of Tweedle Dee, Wes-
TO REMEMBER: All the kids and finally
graduating. TO FORGET: School, trying to
pass algebra, and especially forgetting gym.
CHALLENGE: To be successful and meet
people. FUTURE PLANS: Work, then
ACTIVITIES: Wildcat 4; Patron's Dr. 4. TO
REMEMBER: 6th period English, Mr. Kel-
ley's jokes, study hall. TO FORGET: Busi-
ness Law, Algebra I, gym, lunch, freshman
year. FUTURE PLANS: Go to college and
lead a good life.
ACTIVITIES: ]V Show; Patrons Dr. 3,4;
Yearbook editor; Prom Committee 4. TO
REMEMBER: Vin, victory dance 72, GCG,
Mafia gang Tech, rosiemoble, KIWS, lib-
by's, soph, and junior years. Pa. week end,
Jr. Prom, bskt. games, friends HB, PB, JW.
TO FORGET: Certain night at RP'S, daily
arguments-with VS, show offs, shadows.
FUTURE PLANS: Career in art.
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2; Winter Track 4;
Football 1. TO REMEMBER: Dunkin Runs.
TO FORGET: Third year with RED, having
best seat at freshman football games.
CHALLENGE: Not taking home a book in 4
years. FUTURE PLANS: Architecture.
ACTIVITIES: Math League 2,3,4; Wrestling
3,4; Patroris Dr. TO REMEMBER: Analysis
class with Mr. Kelley and the 2:20 bell. TO
FORGET: CBR and Spanish, in that order.
CHALLENGE: To pass CBR. FAVORITE
SAYING: Hey Baz. FUTURE PLANS: Be a
bookie in the underworld.
TO REMEMBER: Mr. Grecoe's stupid in-
ferences. TO FORGET: WHS. CHAL-
LENGE: Mr. Sheire's accounting class
FUTURE PLANS: Become a master auto
DEBRA JEAN ANDERSON
TO REMEMBER: Mr. Hartnett's 9th grade
science class, Mr. Hill's 10th grade math
class. TO FORGET: 3 years with Miss Cas-
sidy in gym, Mr. Dulong. CHALLENGE: To
become as rich as I can. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: Oh, gross! FUTURE PLANS: To
work, be hapjsy, and raise a family.
ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 2; Tennis 3,4;
Yearbook Staff.TO REMEMBER: MM, LG,
LE, MD, BN, LN, SH, BC, WD, RA, SD, ES,
Camelot, all my friends, DBDBD, This don't
taste like coffee, Richard's model. Satire and
Comedy, Mary Jr. in Seattle. TO FORGET:
Geometry, Spring Track, oral reports, Arab,
The Clouds, school lunches. Analysis, fi-
nals, CC, Chemistry. CHALLENGE: To
succeed. FUTURE PLANS: College, work
for the airlines, travel.
RICHARD J. ARFWEDSON
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 4; Winter
Track 3,4; Spring Track 3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: My first 90 in English, now, where is
it? TO FORGET: Mr. Keller's class. CHAL-
LENGE: To live past 25 and to spend the
million dollars. FUTURE PLANS: To be a
millionaire, before I'm 25.
TO REMEMBER: CJ, SB, SW, Saugus, All
the good times we had, my old blue chevy,
skip days, 9/1/74 SW, All my reasons for
skipping, The Bonnells. TO FORGET:
Skipping Oct-Jan 73 putting my hand
through a window, my zipper, getting
dressed in 15 min, 1st per study 73, Mr.
Garrett! Rattlesnake Road in Oct of 73 with
CJ, EB, SB.FAVORITE SAYING: You're a
jerk. FUTURE PLANS: Become an accoun-
tant. Be with SW, Go to Burdett.
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ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 3,4; Prom
Comm. 3; TO REMEMBER: 9/25/71, Bob,
Dean, Jo, Rats, KN, Hampton Buzz, CB,
Queeni, VW, visors down, Beachboys, Chi-
cago, Swamp, corruption bowls, goalies,
talks with LM, KJ, TP, 1971-72, Summer 72,
spaghetti, AB, CM, RL, ME TO FORGET:
June 74, EWs party bruises, Christmas '73,
NU Andover, PF's truck, Baldy, boomin
Sundays, highclass! CHALLENGE: none.
FUTURE PLANS: College travel.
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3,4; Jr. Patrons Drive.
TO REMEMBER: WD, 6/5/73, Salisbury
with frisbee, BC, BN, SG, SH, EF, ND, FDP,
Rest of Gang, Cheating off DM's Chem
tests. Junior & Senior Prom, most class-
mates. TO FORGET English 10, fights with
WD, some classmates. CHALLENGE: To do
ACTIVITIES: Ecology 1,2; Library 1,2,3;
Color Guard 2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Bowling
League 4; Conservation Comm.; Student
Gov't day; Patron's Dr.; JV Show. TO
REMEMBER: Karen Rose died 5-10-74 at
age 14, Summer "74", "Sweet hunk of
cheese", all my friends forever, Alvirne, Cal-
if., Nixon. TO FORGET: DR. CHAL-
LENGE: To see America. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "Fruity". FUTURE PLANS: To go
into law enforcement.
ACTIVITIES: Fid Hky 1,2,3,4; Sftball 1;
Track 2; Ski Club 2,3,4; Patrons Dr; Exec
Board 3,4. TO REMEMBER: Proms, parties,
ftball games, eat flies, skipping, Fid Hky
Champs 74, NO PROBLEM, all the good
times & my friends forever! TO FORGET:
CBR, some teachers, a ski trip to Sunapee,
crutches, summers of 72 & 73. FAVORITE
SAYING: Oh Sure! You want to make a
bet? FUTURE PLANS: Go to college for
Physical Therapy or Education, make alot of
money & travel.
TO REMEMBER: The trips, beach-bum-
ming on Fridays, hiking, biking, animal
crackers. Summer '74, JM, my good friends.
TO FORGET: Crowded corridors and
lunches, phony people. CHALLENGE: To
achieve my personal goals. FAVORITIE
SAYING: You wouldn't print it if I told
you. FUTURE PLANS: College-major in
Sociology, to be myself, enjoy life, and make
TO FORGET: SC, AT, ELP, PR, tequilla, 72
dance, ropes, flirting, leaders. FAVORITE
SAYING: Get out, really. CHALLENGE:
Write a book, PHD. in Education, FUTURE
PLANS: College, Major in Education.
KATHLEEN A. BARRY
ACTIVITIES: JV show; Prom Committee 3,
4; Patrons Drive 3,4. TO REMEMBER:
Melba & Zelda & all the gang, stone wall
with M & M, "keep the football helmet",
backstabber, ditches, Maine (spider island&
drive-ins), YC back then, skiing with PB &
trees first wedding, "teenybopper", KCK
gang, Fr. year. Big M & little white rears,
"B ", Jr. Prom, JV show, Phil. TO FORGET:
hanging around, being broke, the neighbor-
hood. CHALLENGE: Getting the money to
own a car. FAVORITE SAYING: I don't
wanna talk about it! FUTURE PLANS: To
decide what my future plans will be.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3. TO REMEMBER:
I forgot. The skindivers. The Babe, Cruller
Man, Tubby, Cracker, Lopa. TO FORGET:
Algebra, Geometry. CHALLENGE: Passing
Geometry. FAVORITE SAYING: You
couldn't print it anyway. FUTURE PLANS:
To get a job and be hap(>y .
ACTIVITIES: Ftball 1,2,3, capt 4; Hky 2,3,
4; JV Show; Patrons Dr. 3,4; Prom Comm.
TO REMEMBER: CE, RP, BD, BM, Sr.
Prom, JV Show, 10/28/74, after ftball games
(Sr. yr). Grand Funk, C.S.N.Y., Ohio, Mon-
go. Worms, Farm, Spuds, Me & Bruce part-
ing. Find the Cost of Freedom, 7/4/74, hill.
TO FORGET: Ftball 1 prac, auto accidents,
the day we broke up, camp, day before Jr.
Prom. CHALLENGE: To do the best I can.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Peer Group 3; TO
REMEMBER: Parties, party friends, good
times, best friends, getting loaded. TO
FORGET: School, getting in trouble, the
unfortunate kids that don't like more or
don't know me. CHALLENGE: Life. FA-
VORITE SAYING: What a clown, thats
cool, what's happening, far out. FUTURE
PLANS: Become a cartoonist, have a good
car, a happyy marriage, live on a farm.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Patrons Drive 3:
TO REMEMBER: Starlite, Cape, Pa., Conr\.,
grog, drugstore, KW's parties, LK, KW, DS
& buddies, EH & toilet, partying, field days,
Zayres, Loon, Christmas 74, Art per. in
woods, tracks, 72, my family. TO FORGET:
School lunches, gym, yellow tank, getting
lost. Red Ant. FAVORITE SAYING: I'm
bored. FUTURE PLANS: Go to Art School.
ACTIVITIES; C. C. 1,2,3,4; Captain 4;
Winter Track 2,4; Hockey 1,3; Spr. Track 3,
4; Baseball 1,2; TO REMEMBER: Winning
CM, Soph, year, Andover Apr. 29, Covilles,
Beating Billerica, Zookie Raid, Cape, RJ,
WFI, Mr. Kelly & Cripps. TO FORGET:
Being ?Ss. .2 in CC, Cont. meet at Chelms.,
Tewks, 73, Chem. 1, Sat & Com., Fosters
Pond. FUTURE PLANS: College.
TERESE MARIE BONACCORSI
TO REMEMBER: James Ward, Fred Cain,
Mrs. W, JT, MC, TC, DB, JM, JR,EW, Ju-
nior Prom, Cape, June 74. TO FORGET:
The bad times. CHALLENGE: cars, boats,
snowmobiles. FAVORITE SAYING: Me?
FUTURE PLANS: To get a BS in nursing.
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TO REMEMBER: My friends, my family,
partying, the tracks, the HS parking lot. Bi-
ology I & II, Jimmy and all the other good
times, doing reports for AF and GD. TO
FORGET: Chemistry I with GD, working 3
years. FAVORITE SAYING: "Thats cool".
FUTURE PLANS: To go on to college, get a
good job and travel.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2,3,4; Basket-
ball Cheerleading 2; Yearbook; Prom Com-
mittees, JV Show; Patrons Drive. TO RE-
MEMBER: Jimmy Ward, Jr. Prom, trip to
France, Lynn, GCG, Mafia gang, 10/28/72,
JB, MS, Team, LA, 66, the path. Beach Boys,
football games, the Platters, ski trips wit
KB, New Hampshire, Field Hockey Champs
74. TO FORGET: Andover, straws, show-
offs, feet, PJ's, fights with the Mafia. FU-
TURE PLAN Nursing.
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ACTIVITIES: Work Study 4; TO REMEM-
BER: Andy, the Girls, Good times, ski trip,
Tull concerts, weekends, parties sum. 74,
white caps, passing out, 2nd family, Sun-
day, Beach, trip N.J. TO FORGET: WHS,
arguments, week nights, being late, N.J.,
Andy's temper. FAVORITE SAYING:
What they don't know won't hurt them.
FUTURE PLANS: To get married and be
successful in having a happy life and family.
ACTIVITIES: Peer Group 3; Patrons Drive
3; Prom Committee 3,4; Work Study 4. TO
REMEMBER: 5/10/74, LW, 8/9/74, High
St., Cote's parties, married friends, Congo,
BP, Kowloon, Hampton, VW, "lost some-
thing", 8/24/74, the girls. Cape & 3 Dog
Night. TO FORGET 12/2/72, BM, hit by
car, YC, DF, CK, snobs. CHALLENGE:
Stay out of hospitals. FUTURE PLANS:
Stay happ>y and marry L.W.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Sr. Prom Commit-
tee, Patrons Drive 4; TO REMEMBER:
mills bros., libby's, Jr. year, 9/27/74, Plat-
ters, tech., trip to Europe, Biagio, movies,
rehersal, pie eating contest, youth group,
LA, MC, hot fudge sundae beach comber,
stagette party, Nantasket Beach, DR, pizza
joint. TO FORGET: water on my Aspara-
gus, afternoon in Boston, French II, basket-
ball game in NY, Jr. Prom, BP. CHAL-
LENGE: Make it to California.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,
4; Cross Country 3,4; Peer Group 4; Senior
Patrons Drive. TO REMEMBER: Hats
flying out the windows, Mby dnose is kold,
M & Ms, .404, Mange Antony, snaft, TO
FORGET: Sprints, loss to Billerica, Chuck's
class. Wed. morn, skating. Analysis and
Calculas tests. CHALLENGE: To be captain
of a sport, any sport. FAVORITE SAYING:
Ask me If I care. FUTURE PLANS: College.
ACTIVITIES: Work Study 3,4; TO RE-
MEMBER: IRS, Florida 4, AR parties, VW,
New Years Eve 1974, EH parties, AK, CT,
GJ, My room. Van, Wakeda, JA, MP, Con-
certs. TO FORGET: WHS. FUTURE
PLANS: Work and Travel.
ACTIVITIES: Home Nurses Training 2. TO
REMEMBER: Art class, Mr. Cogan, Mrs.
Aldrich for their kindness and understand-
ing. TO FORGET: Coming back from
Weinbergs, 3rd period and having Mr. Gar-
rett standing there to welcome us. CHAL-
LENGE: To be a good wife and mother.
FAVORITIE SAYING: I Love You. FU-
TURE PLANS: Marriage.
ACTIVITIES: Wildcat newspaper 1; O.E.A.
4. TO REMEMBER: Weinberg's, smoking
area, Garrett's wake-up voice in the morn-
ing. Rick. TO FORGET: Mr. Fessenden's
interesting? U.S. History class, Mr. Du-
Long's long & boring English class. CHAL-
LENGE: To make the best of my last year in
H.S. and hopefully to obtain all my goals in
life. FAVORITE SAYING: Get out of here.
FUTURE PLANS: Go to Burdett School in
Boston, to get a well paying secretarial job.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,4; Basketball 1,3;
Winter Track 2,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Ski Club
1,2,3,4. TO REMEMBER: Florida with JD,
JR, JO, Beach, Ski trips. My family, friends
and funtimes. TO FORGET: Hone's French
1, ski trip to Waterville Valley, Camp Waku-
ta. Whistle. FUTURE PLANS: College, Or-
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff 4, Prom
Committee 4, JV Show 3. TO REMEMBER:
Ma & Dad, the good times, friends, MS,
DD, parties, Skw, SI, Arcadia. TO FOR-
GET: A party at KS. FUTURE PLANS: Col-
lege and Travel.
FRED D. CAIN JR.
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1,2,3,4;
Spring Track 2,3,4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Pa-
trons Drive 3,4. TO REMEMBER: Winning
CM and States, Beating Andover, Cape,
Getting DR's Steak Dinner, Nilla Vanillas.
TO FORGET: Going from 5th to 15th Man
in Cross Country, waiting for Dotty C. in
Morning. FUTURE PLANS: To become as
rich as everybody thinks I am.
ACTIVITIES: Workstudy 3,4; Patrons
Drive 3. TO REMEMBER: Jimmy, Pa & Ma
Ward, my family, Brian, Jamie, Bill, Al, Bob,
weekends at the lake, nights with Jimmy,
the boat. Good times with JW, TB, AB, & I-
Prom, JB. TO FORGET: Night JR & I made
a scoop. CHALLENGE: To own a camp in
Wolfeboro, NH. FAVORITE SAYING:
Come on, are you coming? FUTURE
PLANS: To cross country, become a car
salesman, to enjoy life as I have so far, to
become as rich as everyone says I am.
ACTIVITIES: Math League 1,2,3,4; Science
Club 3,4; Chess Club 2,3; National Honor
society 3,4; French Honor Society 3,4. TO
REMEMBER: Our table at WWII, Sopho-
more Biology Class, Calvin & Baz, Mac's
tumble. Drafting Rm. TO FORGET: Burger
King, KL's driving. Twigs. FAVORITE
SAYING: Hey Baz. FUTURE PLANS: To
go on to college and study accounting.
ANTOINETTE MARIE CALO
TO REMEMBER: English Best Seller Senior
year. Little talks at the locker before school,
PL, DL, SE, CM, LC. TO FORGET: Gym
classes, study halls, lunch periods. CHAL-
LENGE: To achieve the most pleasure I can
in life. FAVORITE SAYING: Talk to me
about it. FUTURE PLANS: Go to college to
become a Nutritional Home Economics
ACTIVITIES: Patrons Drive, JV Show. TO
REMEMBER: Hampton 72-73, Kevin, Pier
4, Alman Bros Concert, Ski trips, Jr. Prom,
tag a long. Fresh, field day, 3 yrs of art with
LK & JF, Do you have it Merri?, skip days.
To FORGET: Zayre, unfair teachers. New
Years 74, Drugstore, being bored, a day at
Seabrook with ML & BH. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: What a jerk!. FUTURE PLANS: Den-
MATTHEW JOHN CANTRELL
Matt or Fool
ACTIVITIES: Shawsheen Tech Supp. 1,2,
3.4. TO REMEMBER: Barny & Harry, trip
to Europe, camping, thumbing from Andov-
er to Wilmington High & then home, Lorna
V. TO FORGET: MS. Kennedy, My 10th
grade English teacher, Kathy D. CHAL-
LENGE: Trying to skip classes without get-
ting caught. Life. FAVORITE SAYING:
Kiss off, Dahhhhh. FUTURE PLANS: Elec-
trician, Took up electrical at Shawsheen
Tech & plan to be a licensed Electrician.
ACTIVITIES: Cross country 2,3; Indoor
Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Band 2,
3,4; Jazz-Rock 3,4. TO REMEMBER: My
Trombone. TO FORGET: Mr. Kelley's
hand. FAVORITE SAYING: "What?"
FUTURE PLANS: Study Astronomy.
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TO REMEMBER: Everything that was good
about school and the people in my class. TO
FORGET: All the bad things about school.
FUTURE PLANS: To continue working.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Prom Committee;
Majorettes 3,4; Peer Group 3,4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Ma & Dad, Tree, "D.O. ', Kow-
loon. Beep Beep, England, Sat. nite w/girls,
8/24/74, Bedpost, Rockettes, Blistex, Con-
go, tennis wrist, Kevin & Jimmy. TO FOR-
GET: 'Pick up the cup," CHALLENGE: To
decide what to do in life. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "Oh my heavens I think I lost some-
thing!", "I guess you had to be there."
FUTURE PLANS: To travel and stay single.
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ACTIVITIES: JV Show, Patrons Drive. TO
REMEMBER: Mr. F, Bio, Mr. M, parties
with DS, Locker crowd, CR,DS, DJ, AC,
CC, Margret, ES, Salisbury. TO FORGET:
Gym, KL, study, math. CHALLENGE: Live
happily. FAVORITE SAYING: Your soft!
Be serious!. FUTURE PLANS: College,
travel, get married.
ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 3,4; Peer Group
3; Prom Comm 3,4; Patrons Drive 3,4. TO
REMEMBER: Ma, Dad, Steve, 2/11/71,
proms, CYO, ski trips, PI, Dal, JT, Sat.
nights, Chinese food, popcorn cups, friends
England, bedpost, maj. br. TO FORGET:
NB's party, night at HS, nights at tracks.
Sat mornings, 2 c's, fights. CHALLENGE:
To be able to see without glasses.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Patrons Drive 4;
People Center 3; Concert Choir 1,2; Year-
book Staff. TO REMEMBER: HB, MC, LA,
YA, PC, weekends at Nantasket, days at the
beach and nights at Paragon Park, Ski Ball
wizard, beach comber. New York, MC's
birthday party. TO FORGET: Freshman
year, afternoon in Boston. CHALLENGE:
To live a full and happy life. FUTURE
PLANS: College, travel, marry.
LINDA CAT ALAND
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2,4; Softball 2,
3,4; JV Show; Patrons Drive 4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Kris, 3/16 73, rink, fess class,
beach with BG, JW, KH, 14347, Proms, JV
Show, CH, LW, CH, LK, DF, ND, GG,
friends, MSE. TO FORGET: Gershon, not
getting responsibility card, getting ground-
ed, party, fighting with that kid named Kris.
FAVORITE SAYING: Ducky, Hi Kid.
FUTURE PLANS: For all my dreams to
come true, someday get married to KH.
ACTIVITIES: Winter Track 1,3,4; Spring
Track 1,3,4. TO REMEMBER: Tracks, Ed-
die's party, Steve hitting the parked car. TO
FORGET: 1 Sophomore year, Andover meet
in Winter. FUTURE PLANS: College.
STEPHEN M. CAVANAUGH
TO REMEMBER: I'd like to remember all
the good times in WHS. TO FORGET: I'd
like to forget all the hard times at WHS.
CHALLENGE: To get good scores on the
SAT's. FAVORITE SAYING: Take it easy!
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Spr. Track
1; Weight lifting 1,2,3. TO REMEMBER:
RP, Fluffy, Vin, Lynn, Motor, Dorv, Linda's
parties. Donna, Frank. TO FORGET: Mon-
days, practice. Camp Wakuta, CHAL-
LENGE: School. FUTURE PLANS: go to
ACTIVITIES: Wildcat 1,2,3,4-Editor 3,4; Jr.
Prom & Ring Comm; JV Show; Drama Club
2,3,4; Sr. Class Play; Drama Fest 3,4; Year-
book. TO REMEMBER: The M's & C's,
Grocknick, SS, Mr. Fardy, Physics, Urchins,
Ind Study, BP, Cardinals, Row, row, row,
art, LC, NP, GK, JV show, everything. TO
FORGET: Nothing. CHALLENGE: To find
me and enjoy myself. FAVORITE SAYING:
Are you serious? FUTURE PLANS: Medical
TO REMEMBER: The closet, MS in locker
room, lunches with DC, ST, DJ, BS, studies,
Halloween 73, sweethearts, friends. TO
FORGET: The cellar, Spanish FI, getting
caught by Mr. Garrett, Lynch's test. CHAL-
LENGE: Going to gym first thing in the
morning. FAVORITE SAYING: Oh Get
out! FUTURE PLANS: Be happy, live day to
ACTIVITIES: JV Hockey 1,3; Varsity
Hockey 2, goalie; Cross Country Track &
Tennis 3; Varsity Club. TO REMEMBER:
Mr. Scanlon's 2nd period Human Behavior
Class-going to cemetery. TO FORGET:
Oct. 21 and loosing to Austin in Hockey
Jamboree 2 to 1 with 20 sec. left. CHAL-
LENGE: Build something in shop. FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: Anyone in the woods. FU-
TURE PLANS: US Coast Guard, to become
a farmer while going to med. school.
ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Play 4; Drama
Club; Literary Magazine 4; Wildcat 2,4; Pa-
trons Drive 4. TO REMEMBER: Being an
Urchin. TO FORGET: Mr. Lynch's Algebra
II class. CHALLENGE: Trying to look tall.
FUTURE PLANS: To go to college, to write.
JAMES M. COOLIDGE
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Baseball 3,4;
Chess Club 2; Psychic Phenomena 1. TO
REMEMBER: 4/14/72-4/16/72, B. Ayl-
ward, D. Scanlon, teach, Packy Runs, Guy,
Crullerman, Boing, Kev, Sugarbear. CHAL-
LENGE: To become a Professional Vagrant.
FAVORITE SAYING: You couldn't print
it! FUTURE PLANS: College, partying.
CYNTHIA ANN COSTA
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook; Concert Choir 2,
3; Drama Club 3,4; Math League 3,4; Prom
Committee 3,4; JV Show; Senior Class Play.
TO REMEMBER: These days, my friends,
parties, go in to NU with DC, rides from DP.
TO FORGET: 6:30 A.M.! CHALLENGE:
To reform A. Fesseden's behavior. FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: A quitter never wins, and a
winner never quits. FUTURE PLANS: To be
a fashion designer.
ACTIVITIES: Art Club 1,2. TO REMEM-
BER: Each and every day. TO FORGET:
Not a thing. CHALLENGE: To make it
through a day without bumping into any-
thing, FAVORITE SAYING: Do anything
that your heart desires. FUTURE PLANS:
Just to take each day as it comes.
Space Shot — Zookie
ACTIVITIES: CC 3,4; Winter Track 3,4
Captain 4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4. TO RE-
MEMBER: W-74 A-71 party after, ZOOKIE
RAIDS, RJ chairs and pool. Spring Track
74, BB wedding. Last leg on mile relay. TO
FORGET: Lynn Invit. 660's, Central F, S,
Get some dimes. Night before BB wedding.
Indoor against Andover. CHALLENGE: To
beat TN in a 440. FUTURE PLANS: To at-
tend Lowell Tech.
TO REMEMBER: My 60 dollar race car.
Taste like chocolate, the blue VW, dune
buggy behind Zayres. CHALLENGE: To
beat Mike's Porche. FAVORITE SAYING:
We's gonna die. FUTURE PLANS: Attend
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: Weekends at Nantasket, nights com-
ing from Nantasket, camping at Harold
State Forest, drinking at the Forum. TO
FORGET: School lunches. Gen. Bus. class,
running out of gas in the Plaza exit. CHAL-
LENGE: To be accepted into MIT's Civil
Engineering class. FUTURE PLANS: To
become a civil engineer.
ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 1,2; Winter
Track 1,2. TO REMEMBER: Graduation.
TO FORGET: Wilmington. CHALLENGE:
Getting out of High School. FAVORITE
SAYING: You turkey. FUTURE PLANS:
Service, Professional Trumpet Player.
ACTIVITIES: People Center 3. TO RE-
MEMBER: Beachcomber, Ski Ball Wizard,
12/1/72,, HB, CC, MC, BN, WD, NP, SPHS,
birthday party, CM, Stagette party, Frank,
Proms, weekends at beach, Park, 11:30, Mr.
Shier's bookkeeping classes. TO FORGET:
My sophomore year, U.S. History, CHAL-
LENGE: Go to Hawaii. FUTURE PLANS:
Get married and travel.
ACTIVITIES: JV show, Jr. patrons drive.
TO REMEMBER: RA, 6/6/73, Nantasket
with SH, BC, and RA, The Pru, Boston;
10/26/74, movies, the gang, ND, ]K Jr. TO
FORGET: The undertoe, nosey person at
SP. CHALLENGE: To watch a sad movie
without crying. FUTURE PLANS: College,
get a good paying job. Get married and raise
a family .
FRANK DE PIANO
ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,4; Weight lifting
1,2,3; Winter Track 3,4; Tennis 3,4; chess
club 1,2; Rotary club 4; Patrons Drive 4. TO
REMEMBER: RA saving my frisbie, SHA-
BOOM, SHABOOM, knud 1, great year.
Nose, Stub, caveman, Barnzo, JP. TO FOR-
GET: CAMP WAKUTA! Old red wagon,
big cigars, el whappooo. CHALLENGE:
Trying to dance with your girl, with a bro-
ken ankle! FUTURE PLANS: Owning an
island, with my wife and kids and getting a
ACTIVITIES: Girls track 2; OEA Parlimen-
tarian; JV Show; Patrons Drive. TO RE-
MEMBER: JV Show, girls track, volleyball,
good times, going to Jack's for Lunch 5th
period with Joy, concerts. TO FORGET:
Miss C, Mrs. H, gym class, bad times.
CHALLENGE: Getting an A in all my sub-
jects. FUTURE PLANS: Go to a business
school and become a legal secretary.
ELIZABETH H. DEVEAU
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Patrons Drive 3,4;
Concert Choir 1. TO REMEMBER: The
Oaks, March 2, April 6, 6/7/74, All my
friends, Lil' Fella, Kevin Nolan, Jim Ward.
TO FORGET: The bad times with RM,
trouble at school lunches. CHALLENGE:
Getting up Monday mornings. FAVORITE
SAYING: You Armpit! FUTURE PLANS:
Marry Mike in October, settle down and
raise a family.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3, Capt. 4; JV
Show; Patrons Dr.; Winter Track 2. TO
REMEMBER: Soccer Champs 72 & 73, JV
Show, RC party, soccer parties, DP, concert,
Dick's, Weasel & Jake, Bays League, babies,
coaches FL & BP, all the good times. TO
FORGET: Billerica, knee operation, Satur-
day morning practices. CHALLENGE: To
own a vette. FUTURE PLANS: Go to college
& play soccer.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Soccer 2,3, Cap-
tain 4; Wrestling 1. TO REMEMBER: Soc-
cer Championship 72, 73, GS, Junior Prom
& the day after, Celtic games, Richshaw, par-
ties, FH, BP, DP Concert; Ramsies. TO
FORGET: Spanish II, Refs, Whaler games,
Westy's big mouth, Billerica. CHALLENGE;
To get through 8 yrs. of college. FUTURE
PLANS: Go to college and play soccer.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1. TO REMEMBER:
Playing cards in the cafe. TO FORGET:
Baseball 1. FUTURE PLANS: College.
ACTIVITIES: Work Study 3,4. TO RE-
MEMBER: All the fun in Art, Mr. B., Miss
C, Miss C, Dunkin Donuts, Pewter Pot,
Field Day, Linda. TO FORGET: Teachers:
Miss M., Miss JL., Mr. M., Type 2, 10th
Grade English, U.S. History. CHALLENGE:
First girl pigeon racer, to make my life what
I want it to be and to help find peace in the
world. FUTURE PLANS: I plan to study
Art somehow. Be happily married to Mike
July 12, 1975, and make a good wife and
TO REMEMBER: The good English classes
in Junior and Senior years, the teachers I
had. Field Day, AE, BB, Donna L, Rich J. TO
FORGET: The day I skipped and Garrett
came behind me and my girl friends and said
we had 8 nights detention. FUTURE
PLANS: To keep working, get my own place
and get married someday.
ACTIVITIES: Ftball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,
4; Basktball 1,2,3,4; Pat. Dr. 3,4; JV Show
3; Prom Com. 3,4. TO REMEMBER: Wal-
die, Lynn, Vin, Bob, Merle, Otis, Pogo,
Daddy, Roundsie, Motor, Burnsie, JV Show,
Jr. Prom, Fid day trap, Bowdoin, Waldie's
house, Tourist Att., Kevin, Jim, Coaches
B,A,Di,G. TO FORGET: Camp Wakuta,
Mon pract., Dorval's magnets. FAVORITE
SAYING: I'm sure it is. FUTURE PLANS:
Go to college and be successful.
SUSAN MARIE DOUCETTE
TO REMEMBER: JV Show, Junior Banquet,
Patrons Drives, Mrs. Boudreau, Elaine, each
and every one of my friends, ALWAYS my
deodorant. TO FORGET: Freshman year,
my locker, my girdle. CHALLENGE: To
understand the meaning of life. FAVORITE
SAYING: Honey, Sweetheart, OH MY
CROSSNESS! FUTURE PLANS: To unite
all the tomatoes of the world, to get a smaller
mouth, to keep on loving life, EM.
TO REMEMBER: Mr. Murphy's electricity
class. TO FORGET: Fr. and Soph, years.
FAVORITE SAYING: You moron! FU-
TURE PLANS: Work.
NANCY LEE DOYLE
ACTIVITIES: Jr. Prom Comm.; JV Show.
TO REMEMBER: MJ, 5/9/74, Bookkeeping
with Mr. Shiere, all my friends. TO FOR-
GET: Some ignorant, rude, and prejudice
people that I have come in contact with.
FAVORITE SAYING: I hate typing! FU-
TURE PLANS: Get a good job, marry, raise
a family and leave Wilmington.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2,3,4; Spanish
Honor Society 2,3; JV Show; Yearbook
Staff. TO REMEMBER: All my friends, JV
Show, Agganis, 8/27/74, ski trips, John
Denver and DBDBD. TO FORGET: Geom-
etry, school lunches, lunch lines, crowded
halls and Gonzales. FUTURE PLANS: Go to
college and stay happy .
ACTIVITIES: Softball 1,2,3; Concert Choir
1,2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3,4; Patrons Drive 3,
4; Yearbook Staff; JV Show. TO REMEM-
BER: CD DE 6/18/71, 4/14/72 DI, CH, Jim
Ward, KN, RI 8/25/74, TS, LK, SIS, Cindy,
LW, Friends, JV Show, wedding GI JH,
chase CM, Goob, Burns, U.Nicky, Mr. &
Mrs. H, Soccer games# 10, Tewks.#73, M.
Stephens, KK, Jake, Wes, FB Gms, Dr. Vide-
o. Notes, BB, Dorv, track mt at And., Hock-
ey Games#20. TO FORGET: High Beams.
SARAH LOUISE ECKBERG
TO REMEMBER: I'd like to remember my
four years at WHS and the short time I'll be
spending in High School down in Texas.
FUTURE PLANS: I plan a career in Fashion
ACTIVITIES: Track 1; Student Council 2,
3; Ski Club 1; Concert Choir 1,2; JV Show
3; Patrons Drive 3,4; Science Club 4; TO
REMEMBER: #33, #4, PM, CK, SM &
Catnip, Nose & CF: football games & soccer
games, WEO, the Hill & rink, toe-de-oats!
the cape, worms, 10/28/74, 7/4/74, Funk &
Aerosmith, Miss Tex, Tenn, Okl, 45th; TO
FORGET: Mr. Kelley's loud mouth! Levitt's
stupidity! havin' mono, being busted,
frosty. CHALLENGE: To be happy. FA-
VORITE SAYING: Spaceshot. FUTURE
PLANS: College, espouser RB!
ERMELINDA M. ENDS
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 1,2; Exec. Brd.
4; Ski Club 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3;
OEA 3,4 pres.; Prom Comm. 3,4; JV Show.
TO REMEMBER: My mother, MK 8/4/74,
JV Show, Mt. Sunapee, English classes,
John Denver, Beach Boys, and all my
friends. TO FORGET: Crowded lunches
and halls, tests. FUTURE PLANS: Go to
college, marry in the future, raise a family
and always be happy.
DEBORAH L. FAHEY
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Sr. Patron's Drive;
Photography Committee. TO REMEMBER:
Mr. Fess's class; TD, JM, GG, and all the
fun we had together; Mr. Sheire's Book-
keeping with Nancy and Linda, JV Show,
Freshman year with Pat and DJ, Getting
dismissed by Mr. Decoste, THE NEIGH-
BORHOOD. FAVORITE SAYING: I knew
I was gonna do that! FUTURE PLANS:
Success in whatever I do.
MICHAEL W. FALZONE
ACTIVITIES: Ftbl. Mgr. 2,3,4; Hockey
Mgr. 2,3; Student Council 2,3; JV Show 3;
Student Govt. 3; WILDCAT 2,3. TO
REMEMBER: Paula and Mary, 3 years with
Coaches Alyward and Bellissimo, Bep, RED.
TO FORGET: D-3 with RED, CAW,
GRETTA, COLL. BRD, REV. CHAL-
LENGE: To become a journalist. FUTURE
PLANS: Do things, go places, and kiss pret-
ty goils .
MARIE- ELENA FANTASIA
ACTIVITIES: Bsktball, Cheerleader 1,2;
Yearbook; JV Show; Wildcat 1,2,3,4; C.C. 1,
2,3; Colorguard 2,3; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Stu-
dent Gov't 3; Student Council 4; Librarian
3.4. TO REMEMBER: SVD, 25 mi. WT,
faces 4/26/74; Good times 125, my big
Brother! TO FORGET: May I help you?
Sweet Hunk of Cheese. CHALLENGE:
Finding the right words. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: A FA NAPOLA. FUTURE PLANS:
PAULA M. FAULKNER
ACTIVITIES: Art Club 3; Science Club 3;
Spring Track 3; Jr. Patrons Drive. TO
REMEMBER: Becky. TO FORGET: Flunk-
ing English 10; lunch. FUTURE PLANS:
ACTIVITIES: Spr Track 1-4; wtr track 3;
Art Club 3; CC 1-4; Band 1-4; Jazz Rock 3,
4. TO REMEMBER: Jr Prom with Mike, JV
Show, Dates with John, activ's, teachers,
friends, family. CHALLENGE: Live each
day to its fullest. FAVORITE SAYING:
Smile, it makes the world a better place (ex-
cept when ya have braces). FUTURE
PLANS: Music Therapist, dog groomer,
have a ranch, raise horses, happry, healthy
TO REMEMBER: DL's parties; Jack in the
Box; Getting out of school early. TO FOR-
GET: Book Reports; Homework; School.
FAVORITE SAYING: Take it easy. FU-
TURE PLANS: College, Business field.
TO REMEMBER: Billy, Wesley house, BH's
pj party, buddy, Maine, Nanc, skiing, buzz-
ing, art, space cadets, CT, AR, ME, NP. TO
FORGET: WHS, the meatball car accident.
FAVORITE SAYING: I wanta marry you
Bill. FUTURE PLANS: Leave Wilmington,
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Basketball 1,2;
Baseball 1; Chess Club. TO REMEMBER:
Duncan Donuts in RM 127, good old Gino,
Jim W. TO FORGET: Newsweek, Mailboxs,
Barny. FAVORITE SAYING: I'm not im-
pressed. FUTURE PLANS: Try to become
state cop, and to marry SS.
TO REMEMBER: John, Mrs. Boudreau, all
my good friends. My Tomato. TO FOR-
GET: Freshman year, US History; one year
of unhappiness. CHALLENGE: Doing what
you think is right, no matter what others
say about it. FAVORITE SAYING: Cry, cry
for someone who just can't be happy, and be
glad you can feel enough to cry. FUTURE
PLANS: Katherine Gibbs, a life full of hap-
CHRISTINE L. FRIBERG
TO REMEMBER: All the teachers that
helped me through the school year, and all
my friends. TO FORGET: All the bad
marks, fire drills, false bomb scares, the
hours waiting in line for lunch. CHAL-
LENGE: To move to Maine, and make it as a
farmer. FAVORITE SAYING: Be Happy.
FUTURE PLANS: Dental Assisting.
ACTIVITIES: Art Club; Graphic Arts. TO
REMEMBER: my friends. TO FORGET:
people I had to say no to. CHALLENGE:
Going to Gilead School. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: OK-Right. FUTURE PLANS: Going
to Gilead School and becoming a hair dress-
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Baseball 3. TO
REMEMBER: Shop, wood working class,
parties, Fri. Nights, Staying home from
school. TO FORGET: Having nothing to do
on the weekends, trying to keep awake in
History Class. CHALLENGE: Skip a day of
school without them calling your house and
have your father answer. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: What are we doing after school? Noth-
ing. FUTURE PLANS: Go to work, make
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ACTIVITIES: JV Show. TO REMEMBER
JS 7/4/74, Top of Hub, LA LA LA LA LA
RM, drags, Kellys 10/21/73, DBD, Produce,
FF, 4/6/74, SVRVTHS, my friends,
5/13/74, SM, Margaret, MS, please, dou-
bling, Mr. H, d.i. TO FORGET: Auntie,
good fairy, big 7, MM, John-Boy, lunch,
BM, Lips, Barons, stick matches, 12/31/73,
Hammy, studies. CHALLENGE: To suc-
ceed. FAVORITE SAYING: Dis is my best
friend Margaret. FUTURE PLANS: College,
work, get married.
ACTIVITIES: Patron's Drive 4; Hockey 3,
Capt - 4; Peer Group 4, TO REMEMBER:
Being the new Kid in school. Parents,
friends, Salisbury Beach. TO FORGET:
Sprints, Gretta, Wednesday mornings.
CHALLENGE: Make it through college.
FAVORITE SAYING: Hey Man. FUTURE
PLANS: College, law school.
RICHARD W. GOODSPEED
ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2,3,4; Jazz Rock 4;
Skipping 1,2,3,4. TO REMEMBER Tracks,
the erasers, SC, Tana Leaves. TO FORGET:
being tied up in Chuck's room, SC, the foul
red Chevy. CHALLENGE: staying in school
for two periods in a row. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "Excuse me, but you've obviously
mistaken me for someone who cares."
FUTURE PLANS: college, music, become
TO REMEMBER: Getting stiff on Fridays
and Saturdays. TO FORGET: Forget I ever
came to WHS. CHALLENGE: To stay
friends with Cindy for more than two days.
TO REMEMBER: The Junior Prom, field
day, skip day with SM, JK, LK, All the good
times I've had during my four years at WHS
and all the good friends I have made. FU-
TURE PLANS: Secretary or receptionist.
ACTIVITIES: Patrons Drive 3,4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Tracks, weekend in NH at SP
when a hick came after me and MT with a
shot gun, partie over Sp, weekend at MT's,
Camp Seabrook, parties at VW, trips to NH
on Sunday, sport, Mac, Turtle, KN, Mrs. L,
CL. TO FORGET: Jr. Sleepout, Jr. Prom,
kicked out of parties. CHALLENGE: Make
it through College. FUTURE PLANS: Col-
EDWARD R. HARNISH
TO REMEMBER: Mr. McMahon's shiny
head in the sun. TO FORGET: Some zero
named Jewer. CHALLENGE: Remembering
my name. FAVORITE SAYING: Thats
cool. FUTURE PLANS: You only have one
life so I'll grab all the gusto I can get .
TO REMEMBER: My girlfriend Marie and
all the good times we had in my Rambler,
JV, MF. TO FORGET: History. CHAL-
LENGE: To ski the world. FUTURE PLANS
Hope to be a MBTA Bus Driver.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show, Patrons Drive. TO
REMEMBER: Tish's hut 3 am, parties. Sea-
brook ML, 7th study, FP, swinging, chicks,
N Anduva, Jade East, buddies, skiing. Red
Tavern, Ruth, Don, Tina, Skating, HSPC
eel. TO FORGET: Accidents, snobs, SR,
YC, lying Peggy, having no money, fights.
FAVORITE SAYING: Forget it, I don't be-
lieve it. FUTURE PLANS: Travel a lot and
make a lot of money.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show, Work Study 3. TO
REMEMBER: Wakeda, Kangamangus, BL,
CS, NY, concert, AB's van with Pug, Cape,
all nighters with AR, skipping with LC, AK,
Ears & Heba, CT barfing. Swinger. TO
FORGET: Monday mornings, Barney, bi-
kies, school nights, the Buick, detention, the
registery, FAVORITE SAYING: Are you
sure? FUTURE PLANS: To travel and to
train to go into something in the medical
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 4; Track 2,3,4; Hock-
ey 1,2,3,4; JV Show. TO REMEMBER: 3-
16-73, Linda, All the goodtimes, the beach
with LC. BG, JW, The Rink, Easter Sunday,
14358, The prom. The hockey bus, Kevin N.
and Jimmy W. TO FORGET: The Combat
Zone with BC, Wind Sprints, Linda's party.
FAVORITE SAYING: Oh my God! What,
are you on dope? FUTURE PLANS: Get a
good job, make lots of money and get mar-
ACTIVITIES: Prom Committee 3,4; Patrons
Drive 3,4; Peer Group 4. TO REMEMBER:
Good times, Dr. Viddio, LW, BN, LC, LK,
CH, DP, DS, PC, CC, the couch, Ramada
Inn, parties, 9/30/73 & 74, 99. TO FOR-
GET: 10/19/74, 10/20/74, POD, Someone's
trying to kill me, left blinker, Andover par-
ties. CHALLENGE: The morning after,
walking down the hall. FUTURE PLANS:
To work with the handicap, to be happy and
successful throughout life.
TO REMEMBER: Summer of 74, York
Beach, Susan, Patti, Mrs. Baan and all her
help, the path. TO FORGET: Certain peo-
ple, MN's problems with KD. FAVORITE
SAYING: Dream On. FUTURE PLANS:
Going to the Summer Olympics in 76, to
win the Pulitzer Prize.
CINDY HOLLOW AY
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Patrons Dr. 3,4;
Prom Com. TO REMEMBER: Friends LW,
DD, JW, KN, RL, Bob, Chase, High Street,
VW, FBGms, Stop & Go, Parties, Kowloon,
Jr. Prom, G & J Wed, Dances, JV Show Sea
brk, FL, WHSPL, Dr Video, CB & LA, Beach
Boys, R. Inn, weekends. TO FORGET: LK
party. Accidents, Snobs. FUTURE PLANS:
Work & Travel.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show 3; OEA 4. TO
REMEMBER: JV Show, Days at Nantasket
with WD, RA, BC, Art classes with SE,
Studies LG and LE, Suprise party by LN and
EH, Bonjour Magazines, The Pru, Summer
"74" -All the Parties, 10-26-74. TO FOR-
GET: Frsh. yr, Hammy & his compositions,
French 2 mark. FUTURE PLANS: College.
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,
4; Football 1. TO REMEMBER: School
lunches. TO FORGET: Freshman Football.
CHALLENGE: First one in lunch line.
FAVORITE SAYING: What do you think.
FUTURE PLANS: Undecided.
DEBRA A. JOHNSON
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Science Club
2,3,4; Math League 2,3,4; Indoor Track 3;
Drama Club 3; Senior Class Play 4. TO
REMEMBER: Soccer champs 72 and 73, My
Friends, Grocknick (CC), Alg. 2. TO FOR-
GET: Spanish 1 and 2, Homework? CHAL-
LENGE: To find Grocknick. FAVORITE
SAYING: Ya sure. FUTURE PLANS: Col-
ACTIVITIES: Patrons Drive 3. TO RE-
MEMBER: Freshman yr, dances. Youth
Center, Parties, Skipping, July 13, 1973,
Junior Prom, Crusin with KK & DC, Jim
Ward, WHS, Good Times, the crowd, lunch.
TO FORGET: Foolish arguements, gym
class, 7th per. English. CHALLENGE: Stay-
ing awake until 2:20. FAVORITE SAYING:
We almost got bipped off. FUTURE
PLANS: To buy land and move to NH.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; TTHC 1; St. H 2.
TO REMEMBER: Meeting SS & other fine
people, parties at DCs house. TO FOR-
GET: All the classes I flunked, meeting DC,
second year as a freshman. CHALLENGE:
To live life to its fullest, never let anyone or
anything get me down. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: Daa! FUTURE PLANS: special train-
ing for law enforcement, later become a po-
lice officer, stay single as long as possible.
TO REMEMBER: Forgetting to get my pic-
ture taken, good times before school, stud-
ies. TO FORGET: Work study and Mr
(Tony) Deluca, WHS. CHALLENGE: Jiving
to the System. FAVORITE SAYING: Out-
rageous. FUTURE PLANS: Make a lot of
money & enjoy making it.
ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2; JVShow3; Patrons
Drive 3. TO REMEMBER: friends, fresh-
man field day, Maine, BH's P.J. party, skip
days, ripple, my family, summer of '74.
TO FORGET: YC, Freshman year, lunches,
English 3, work, 10-31-73, gym. FUTURE
PLANS: Go to college, travel.
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ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2,3,4; Chess Team 2,
3,4; Chess Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 2,3,4;
Magic Show 2,3; Key Club 2,3 - Sec. 3. TO
REMEMBER: US History with OB, Magic
Shows, Soccer Championships, Jolly John
and the Chemical Mystery Tour. TO FOR-
GET: Soccer Injuries, French 1 & 2, Chem 1
- Pigface. FUTURE PLANS: College, Earn a
respectable place in society.
ACTIVITIES: Fid Hky 1; Bskball 1,2,3,4;
Sftball 1,2,3,4; Prom Com; Class Sec 2,3,4;
Yrbk; JV Show; Patrons Dr.; Std Gov. Day
3,4; Ice Hky 2,3,4. TO REMEMBER: West,
Fair, SP & LK parties, 72 Ftball season, YC,
8/24/74, Cowloon, allniter, 4 a.m. hockey,
VW, chink food, Kevin, Friends, good times.
High School Park Lot, other towns. TO
FORGET: bad times, getting caught, not
finding anything to do on weekends .
KATHLEEN B. KAZMAIER
ACTIVITIES: UAHS-GAA 1; Cub Club 1;
Choir 1,2,3,4; OEA 3,4 - VP 4; Colorguard
3,4; JV Show; NHS 3,4 - Sec 4; Mixed Vo-
cal 4; Yearbook - editor. TO REMEMBER:
5-13-74, 10-10- 74, Football Sats., 2nd
lunch, Rm. 126, Maine, Bah, Buffalo, After
school Alg. Club, Lou 72-73. TO FORGET:
locker 450. FAVORITE SAYING: What a
ripoff! Sma'ten up! FUTURE PLANS: Col-
lege — major in accounting.
ACTIVITIES: CC 1,2,3; Patrons Drive 4:
JV Show; OEA 4. TO REMEMBER: JV
Show, Thursday night with SD, cruising
around town, VW, WHSD'S - MS,BD par-
ties. Field Day 1973. TO FORGET: Junior
Banquet, Gym classes. Junior year (parts of
it). CHALLENGE: Skip McCarthy's gym
class without getting caught. FUTURE
PLANS: Attend college — legal secretary,
TO REMEMBER: Jackie, 2/9/72, friends,
DS,DB,KW,DC, my grandfather, KW's par-
ties, skipping, going out to lunch, WS,
DW'S Wed, Proms, cape, Starlite, Turtle,
summers, NP camp, woods, Neil Y., my
family. Van, JV Show, 96TMP, munchs. TO
FORGET: Clancy, running for the bus, get-
ting up, school lunches, Zayre, being late,
tank summers, suspension. New Yr. FA-
VORITE SAYING: Goober. FUTURE
PLANS: work with children and be happy .
TO REMEMBER: Breakfast at Dunkin
Donuts, lunch at Jack-in-the-Box. TO
FORGET: College Board Review, Mondays.
CHALLENGE: 90's in all subjects for one
term. FUTURE PLANS: Go on to college.
ACTIVITIES: Patrons Drive 3; JV Show.
TO REMEMBER: My parents, friends, cafe
lunches, Jr. sleepout, Scott, Kevin Nolan,
My sister Judy, cruising with DJ and DC.
TO FORGET: All the conceited kids, fool-
ish fights. CHALLENGE: Passing every-
thing. FUTURE PLANS: To do something
to be proud of.
ACTIVITIES: JVShow; Wildcat; Pottery 3;
Peer Gr. 4. TO REMEMBER: Summer of 74,
4/26/74, Wakefield, friends, 3/5/74, Sr.
Play, OEA, 11/11/74, YEES-NP, CC, me,
9/28/74, Teachers, 6/27/74. TO FORGET:
Gym, crowded lunches, braces, termtests,
homework, freshman bus. FUTURE
PLANS: School - law, travel.
ACTIVITIES: VP-1; Ring Com.; Hockey
2; Photo.; JV Show; Ex. Bd. 3; Prom Chr. 3,
4; Patrons Dr. 3,4; St. Gov't. 3,4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Lynn, skiing, JV Show, Roxy,
Colour My World, Joe H., Kev, Jim, John,
Hist, Secrets — BG&BB, slip's hangin', Mar-
cos, Chips-n-Butts, High St., Friends, LL,
VW. TO FORGET: Library pass - LL, Eng
9, parties, weekend 10/18, 4/27/74, 1/12,
Med., Sr. Prom 74. FAVORITE SAYING:
Talk to me . FUTURE PLANS: Success.
ACTIVITIES: Wildcat newspaper 1; OEA 4.
TO REMEMBER: Field days, football games
— 66, Tom W., YMCA, my whole freshman
and senior year. Occult. TO FORGET: My
whole junior year, fights, lunch period, Mr.
Garretts booming voice, band, Mr. Cripp's
class. CHALLENGE: To make the most of
my life. FAVORITE SAYING: What a
bummer! FUTURE PLANS: To be a veter-
narian, woman jockey.
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ACTIVITIES: NHS 3,4 - Treas. 4; French
NHS 3,4; Yearbook 4; JV Show - Pat, Dr.;
Newspaper 3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed
Vocal 4. TO REMEMBER: France 73, Dave,
JY,DM,DMM, good times with good
friends, Jr. Prom, 3/5/72, 5/16/72, every-
thing. TO FORGET: JV Show piano, prob-
lems, loneliness. CHALLENGE: Living life
to the fullest, being happy with myself,
doing what is right. FUTURE PLANS: The
Lords will, college, travel.
ACTIVITIES: Secretary 1, Stu. Council 2,3;
Exec. Brd 3; Art Club 1,2,3; Tennis 4; Prom
Comm. 3,4. TO REMEMBER: Friends,
Good times, skipping with Weasel, Bird,
chips n'butts, SB's, Prom, Whats so funny?.
Paranoia, summer of 71, Freshman yr. Ski
trips, TuU, Watkins Glen, Starlight,
1/22/74, Paul C, HSPL. TO FORGET:
Enemies, The hassles. New Yrs 73, 1st time
skiing, T, 10/21/74, Vodka, 6/9/74. FU-
TURE PLANS: Art teacher.
DAVID H. LANDRY
ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun 1,2,3,4; Science
Club 1,2,3,4; Director of Magic Show 3,4.
TO REMEMBER: Fall of 74, Junior Prom.
TO FORGET: Summer of 73 and 74. FU-
TURE PLANS: To enjoy life.
Cindy Lou, Lack
ACTIVITIES: Treas 1,2,3,4; GIH 2,3,4; JV
Show; PD 3,4; SC. TO REMEMBER: Kevin
Nolan, World His. Pilcher's, 1/1/74, Rt 93,
Salad and Beer fite, JH, Prom, Tops — Fr,
HELP ME, 4am Hcky, Seabrk, Kowloon,
Soc. gmes, Congo, Kittys, Beach Boys. VW,
Hangin round w/Jul, Lor, Joe. TO FOR-
GET: Wrg turn, Ballet shoes, LK's parties,
paranoid with J, 5 curbs a mt. & BT. FA-
VORITE SAYING: Help Me.
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2,3,4; Winter
Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,4; Band 1,2,
3,4; Jazz Rock 4; JV Show; Patrons Drive 3,
4. TO REMEMBER: Summer 74, Cape, TC,
JV Show, Patrons Drive, KM, Ed Sullivan.
TO FORGET: 660's, RSH, SC, Sat. rehears-
als, French, field day, CHALLENGE: Own a
brewery. FAVORITE SAYING: Well, I
dunno know. FUTURE PLANS: Profession-
ACTIVITIES: Rod and Gun Club 1,2,3,4;
Key Club 3,4; Science Club 3,4; JV Show 3;
chess Club 2. TO REMEMBER: Our table in
writing workshop 2, Texas 74, Mr. Fardy's
bones, Jazzrock, The Cask and Flagon. TO
FORGET: The Groovers, Mr. Kelley's tests.
Twigs. CHALLENGE: To become extremely
affluent. FAVORITE SAYING: Climb a tree
and branch off. He's not playing with a full
deck. FUTURE PLANS: Go to college for
Pre-Med and if lucky enough go to Med-
ACTIVITIES: Mus Mj 1,4; Choir 1-4; Mx
Vcl 3,4; Vc Class 3,4; Clgd 1-4; Gymn 1-3;
JV Show; Sr Play; Drama CI 3,4; Ski CI 1-4;
Fut Teach 1-3; Fr CI. TO REMEMBER:
Chip, Sept 28 — Oct 5, Ch. Egg Throwers,
SC,LS,WL, Dick & Doc, 126 June 1, 1973.
TO FORGET: Fezzi, French. FAVORITE
SAYING: Bloody. FUTURE PLANS; To
become an Elem. Sp. Ed. Teacher.
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2; Soccer 3,4; FU-
TURE PLANS: College.
TODD F. LITTLE
ACTIVITIES: Key Club 1,2,3,4 - Tre^s. 1,
2,3; Tennis Team 3,4; Chess Team 2,3; Sci-
ence Club 1,2,3,4; Rod and Gun Club 1,2.
TO REMEMBER: Study 1, English 9, U.S.
History, lunch. Math 3, Frosty and Flash.
TO FORGET: French 3, Algebra 1, CC 1,2.
CHALLENGE: To succeed in my career.
FUTURE PLANS: College, travel.
Snob, Stuck Up
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir; Chess team.
TO REMEMBER: Good times with all my
friends, giving Mr. Scanlon and Mr. Cripps
a hard time in class, Jr. Prom. TO FORGET:
Long lunch lines, crowded corridors, Mr.
McMahon, boring classes, firedrills, having
my locker next to Todd's. CHALLENGE:
Succeed in everything I do and accomplish
the 'IMPOSSIBLE'. FAVORITE SAYING:
Hay what can I say! FUTURE PLANS: Go
to school and study psychology.
ACTIVITIES: J.V. Basketball 2; Concert
Choir 2; TO REMEMBER: 10th grade hu-
man behavior class with MR. D, Little talks
at the locker before school. New Meadow,
Mutt and Jeff, 9-28-74, DC, MP, DL, SE.
TO FORGET: Freshman french class, gym,
studies, lunch period. CHALLENGE: To
enjoy life to the fullest. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: Oh really; FUTURE PLANS: To be-
come a nurse's aide and work with people.
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ACTIVITIES: Yearbook, Student Gov't
Day 3,4; NHS 4; Senior Prom Com.; Pho-
tography Com. TO REMEMBER: RD
6/9/73, summer '73, '74, Lafayette, OH,
friends, MM,LN, PB,MD,LK, right turns.
TO FORGET: Library passes - LK, English
9, 7/4/74, Woburn, halls, fights, CBR.
FUTURE PLANS: College - Med. Tech., to
always be happy.
ACTIVITIES: Majorette 3,4; Captain 4. TO
REMEMBER: MS,JH,ES,SD,DR,NL, Fri-
day nights. Long Beach, Patrons Drive,
Good Harbor Beach. TO FORGET: Oct
12ths half time, this school. CHALLENGE:
To get married to NL. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: Mary stinks. FUTURE PLANS: To be
a legal secretary.
WILLIS F. LYFORD
ACTIVITIES: NHS 3,4; Drama Club 3,4;
Key Club 3,4 - Pres.; Science Club 1,2,3,4
— Pres.; School Comm. 4; Sr. Play 3,4; JV
Show 3; Math Leag. 1-4. TO REMEMBER:
French, Miss Bo, Cal, KL,LP,ML,SP, Mr. M,
MOH, Plaza Suite, JS, Senior Play, rehears-
als with Miss C, Texas 74, Sir. TO FOR-
GET: Calc. Tests, A lack of humanity in
people. CHALLENGE: To know and to do.
FAVORITE SAYING: What a wus! FU-
TURE PLANS: To relive Walden with
ACTIVITIES: Patron's Drive; Work Study
3. TO REMEMBER: CSNY Concert, Hamp-
ton, Cape Cod, Wakeeda, partying, AR's
parties, CT barfing, my family. The Swing-
er, Chicago, Field Days, Thumper, skipping
school Fr. year. TO FORGET: WHS, work-
ing, gym, the YC, riding around, a day at
Seabrook. FAVORITE SAYING; You're
goofy. FUTURE PLANS: Teach handi-
capped children and travel.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2;
JV Show. TO REMEMBER: Rickshaw, Ete,
AB, NHWD, parties with/capt. Bob, CSNY,
CE, Cape Cod, BP, RC, cost of Freedom,
Pigman, summer '74'. TO FORGET: Alge-
bra, gym, 1st practice 1-4, Billerica, accident,
DB & BN, CHALLENGE: Passing, FUTURE
PLANS: To make money & have a good
Football 1,2. TO REMEM-
and Play!. TO FORGET:
SCHOOL, CHALLENGE: RACING. FU-
TURE PLANS: Work with trucking. Racing
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KAREN L. MACEACHERN
"Though we rush ahead to save our time,
We are only what we feel." Neil Young
IAN B. MACINNIS
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Capt;
Winter Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4;
Chess 1. TO REMEMBER: Mr. K as in
Koach, Bob, K's Cape, Red J, steak dinners,
nice races, DB, Big D, all my buddies, teach-
ers, always being second best, WHS Track
Team. TO FORGET: Bad experiences with
mile, people, always coming behind Sprin-
ger. CHALLENGE: Sub — 4 minute mile.
FAVORITE SAYING: See ya. FUTURE
PLANS: Have fun, a good long life.
TO REMEMBER: Cape Cod 74, Wakeeda,
AR, parties, thumpa, mangus CT barfing,
CSNY concert, EH Swinger, AR Buick,
wolf, munchie, trips to Jack's, Ashum, pj
parties at BH, ML 1st to bam-out, flagpole
swinging, all the good times. TO FORGET:
Telephone pole, rainy night in AB van,
Monday mornings, holes in tent, bikies.
FAVORITE SAYING: I'm only kidding.
What are we going to do? FUTURE PLANS:
College, travel, be happy.
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 1,2,3; Ski
Club 1. TO REMEMBER: Patches pond,
party times, JM,RJ,CE, pickle, RM,CF, BN.
TO FORGET: RJ birthday 74, Alvine.
CHALLENGE: To party until 2 and not pass
out. FAVORITE SAYING: Really, terrific.
FUTURE PLANS: Night Club Entertainer.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Bsktbll
1,2,3,4; Bsebll 1; JV Show; Patrons Dr. 3.
TO REMEMBER: Two soccer shamps,
coaches FL & BP, 39-8-9, RD's cellar, RC's
parties, the green plymouth, the good times.
Bays League, babies. TO FORGET: Summer
school, foreign languages, losing to Billerica
three times, flunking off basketball, getting
up in the morning, getting caught. FUTURE
PLANS: Go to college and continue playing
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2,3,4; Exec. Bd. 3,4;
Student Council 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; NHS 3,4
- Pres. 4; JV Show; Bsktbl cheering 3; Ftbl
cheering 4; Student Gov't Day 3,4; Year-
book. TO REMEMBER: RA, friends, Jimmy
Ward, chips and buts, Rockport, ski trips,
cheering. TO FORGET: Mr. Lynch's and
Mrs. Aldrich's tests, SC Dance, crowded
lunches. FUTURE PLANS: Attend college.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1,2. TO REMEM-
BER: AAR Cuda, Going to Canada, Plum
Island, the north parking lot. TO FORGET:
Typing, science, work, a brown goat, the
parking lot. CHALLENGE: Own a vette.
FAVORITE SAYING: Hey Donkey. FU-
TURE PLANS: Work and go to school.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Track 3,4; Bas-
ketball 3,4. TO REMEMBER: Summer of 74
at Hampton Beach; TO FORGET: Being a
Junior-Senior. FAVORITE SAYING: Tell
me about it. FUTURE PLANS: College
ACTIVITIES: Senior Patron's Drive. TO
REMEMBER: Junior and Senior Prom. TO
FORGET: Monday mornings, CBR. CHAL-
LENGE: To have a smoke in the Boy's
Room. FAVORITE SAYING: Ya-hoo.
FUTURE PLANS: Northeastern, Law
ACTIVITIES: Wntr Trek 1,2,3,4 - Capt. 4;
Sprng Trek 1,2,3,4; CC 2,3,4; Jr. Rotarian 4.
TO REMEMBER: Dunkin runs in 127,
Sprng Trek 74, 4/29 W - 74 A - 71, Spa-
eeshot's party, hurdles, relays, beating DB
in states but losing to Broekton 18-17, H,
BB, Serubbin' with BC, TN, Cape, rotary,
Itzaball*, Harris St., Zooks, Thanx Bill. TO
FORGET: Engineering with RED, DB's trail
leg. Sat., Com., RJ chairs.
MARGARET M. McGINLEY
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Yearbook Staff 4;
Patrons Drive 3. TO REMEMBER: Good
friends. Good times, my family, JV,SD,SW.
TO FORGET: Nothing and remember ev-
erything. CHALLENGE: To find people
who I can trust and call a friend. FUTURE
PLANS: To be happy and enjoy life.
LAWRENCE M. McGRATH
Donut Man, Larry
ACTIVITIES: Football Mgr. 1,2,3,4; Key
Club 3,4; Hockey Mgr. 3,4; Science Club 4;
Chess Club 2; Wildcat 2,3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: The Blonde Bomber, Tubby Baz, Gold-
en Guy, Arab, Bep (Burp) RED, Greaser,
Bob Aylward. TO FORGET: Lunch, Alg 1,
Geo, Alg 2, Joe App's skindivers. FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: Let's Raz Baz, Hi Kev, the
world . . .
ACTIVITIES: Bsball 1,2,3,4; Bskball 1,2,3,
4; Ftball 1; Cross Country 3; Patrons Dr 4;
JV Show. TO REMEMBER: Stew, Dorv,
Ralph, Vin, Bob, Roundsie, Pogo, Burnsy,
Lynn, Merle, Kevin, Jimmy, The Mafia,
Coaches Gillis and Aylward, Mr. Lynch. TO
FORGET: JL & the dance, BP at LK's.
CHALLENGE: To play a varsity sport in
college. FAVORITE SAYING: Daa ...
FUTURE PLANS: Go to college & reach my
ACTIVITIES: Fldhky 1,2,3 - Capt. 4;
Bsktbl 1,2,3,4; ]V show; Class Pres. 2,3. TO
REMEMBER: Hangin' round with Lori and
Kathy, friends, my hut, all the parties. Beach
Boys, Chicago, Kanga, the flagpole, Winth-
rop, ski trips, Pinacle, Florida 74, the good
times at fldhky and bsktbl, boatrides on Sil-
ver Lake, great parents and family. TO
FORGET: 4-13-74, the pole that jumped
out, certain ones.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1,2,3,4;
Bskball, 3,4; Sftball, 4; JV Show; VP 2,3;
Pat Dr 3,4. TO REMEMBER: Hangin
around with Do, SuU, Cin, Do's hut. Beach
Boys, Chicago, Florida 74, Kevin, Jimmy,
the fire, Kangamangus, Partian, Penicle, all
nighters, flagpole swingin, day after Jr
Prom, Anna's, VW, swamp. Rover. TO
FORGET: 4/13/74 - a pole, pasta time at
Maverik, Cr. Demint, losing to Andover.
FUTURE PLANS: To be happy in whatever
ACTIVITIES: C.C. 1,2,3,4; Patron's Dr. 3;
Bask 1,3,4; S. Track 1,4; W. Track 2; JV
Show. TO REMEMBER: Winning CM. I,
Soph, yr, JV Show, Cape, Steak dinner for
beating Billerica, Jr Prom. TO FORGET:
C.C. team always second best, Westy beat-
ing me out for bask, my soph yr. Beach day
after prom. CHALLENGE: Bend Mr. Kel-
ley's hand instead of him bending mine.
FUTURE PLANS: College, be a successful
GARY W. MINKS
ACTIVITIES: Science Club 2,3,4; Math
League 3,4; Rod and Gun Club 1,2,3,4. TO
REMEMBER: Science Spectacular, getting
credit for four years of German. TO FOR-
GET: Mr. Krey's jokes. FUTURE PLANS:
ACTIVITIES: Stu. Coun. 2; Prom Comm. 3,
4; Ex. Bd. 3; JV Show; Patron's Dr. 3,4. TO
REMEMBER: 5 B's, George, HSPL, Boo,
Chips'n Butts, PT, Zif, Jo, CJ, work, water
tank. What's so funny?, Kevin, weathering.
Bird, Weasel, paranoid. TO FORGET: 3-9-
73, 1-1-74, Fr. Yr., beer & salad, pumpkin,
6-9-74, Yc, Hallo 71,. CHALLENGE: Make
first period on time. FAVORITE SAYING: I
don't care! FUTURE PLANS: Whatever
happens, happens !
ACTIVITIES: Congo basketball; Rec; bas-
ketball; Concert choir; Art Club. TO RE-
MEMBER: Parties, summer of 74, Maine,
N.H., senior class play, Robin, Camp Paul,
Rich, S.R. Concerts, July 6th. CHAL-
LENGE: To be myself at all times, to enjoy
life and make other people happy. FUTURE
PLANS: I want to go to Art School, get mar-
ried, travel and paint the world a different
DEBORAH ANN MORRISSETTE
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 2,3,4. TO
REMEMBER: April 28, 1972, DL,JT,DM,
CF, GM, Bill, wk, CK skating shows,
ski trips, Concert Choir trip to Alvern,
football games, Senior Prom 73, Junior
Prom 74. CHALLENGE: To get to England,
spread the Word! FUTURE PLANS: 2 year
college. Bill — marriage — Maine, get to
know God in a more personal way.
ACTIVITIES: NHS 3,4; French NHS 3,4;
Art Club 2,3; Yearbook Staff. TO REMEM-
BER: good friends, DL, PF, Florida 74, li-
cense and car 74. FUTURE PLANS: career
ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 4; Tennis 4. TO
REMEMBER: All the great times I had at
WHS, weekends. TO FORGET: 4th period
English tests. CHALLENGE: To be success-
ful in pre-med school. FUTURE PLANS: Go
to college and be successful .
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1,2,3; football 3,4.
TO REMEMBER: Kevin Nolan, all the good
times, black tracks, BH, N.H. runs, scram-
blin. TO FORGET: The ultimate girls. Ju-
nior Prom, people who have too much to say
and know little of what they talk about.
Fuzz. CHALLENGE: To stay single. FA-
VORITE SAYING: maybe. FUTURE
PLANS: To be successful in what I do and
to make some good bucks .
ELIZABETH A. NEE
ACTIVITIES: Peer Group 2,3; Photogra-
pher Comm. 3; JV Show 3; Senior Prom
Comm. 4; Patron's Drive 3; Ring comm. 2.
TO REMEMBER: Wesbo, my VW, JV
Show, Foo Foo Bird, partying, Melrose,
screaming yellow zinkers, Vermont. TO
FORGET: 12/26/73, ASP, working at
GVM, getting lost. FUTURE PLANS: To
become a dental hygienist.
ACTIVITIES: C.C. 1,3,4; winter track 2,3,4
- capt.; spring track 1,2,3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: 12/10/71 JW, w-74 A-71 party after,
zookie raids, Harris St., DC, Conn., soke
on the water, the Cape JL, BC Cabbie, Hop
& Boge, bunch of dimes. TO FORGET: The
handoff that blew OS to SC, tripper JONES,
JR's spike, 660's, rocks on rocks, Raldo,
Pink Bomb. CHALLENGE: Hike the Appa-
lachian trail without stubbing my toes.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; JV Hockey 2. TO
REMEMBER: Dee, Middleton, Tom, Cath-
ey, Sara, Lisa, Charlie and Duck, Parties,
skipping school, corn field, Winona, Cardi-
nals. TO FORGET: Mr. Cripp's law class,
Mr. Shire's accounting, lunch, studies, Do-
reen's blue berry pie. CHALLENGE: Become
a famous drag racer, travel, and live life the
way I want to. FAVORITE SAYING: Do it!
FUTURE PLANS; Continue school, open
my own machine shop business.
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: Getting license. Lib. plans to Cal.,
lunch room talks. Labor Day 74, Salisbury,
sleeping out, RA,WD,BC,SH,RA,FDP,
RN,SG, All other long and short
time friends, RA's pool, surprise parties,
SG tackling street pole, Nick on tape.
TO FORGET: Bells, French, Analysis,
Nick's bugging me about lunch. CHAL-
LENGE: Thinking of a career. FUTURE
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2,3; JV Show;
Yearbook; Tennis 3; NHS 3,4; Prom Com-
mittee 4. TO REMEMBER: Team, the gang,
LL and friends, KNDr. Ed, 8/13/74, Satire
class, surprise parties, beep — beep. TO
FORGET: Fast lines, sprain, not speaking.
Labor Day 74, lunch lines, halls. CHAL-
LENGE: To make up my mind. FUTURE
PLANS: Business school and always be
ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 1,2; Pottery 3;
Track 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; Self
Defense 1. TO REMEMBER: El Whoppo,
Caveman, Skinney, Fatslob, shboom & Sat.
nights over FDP getting drunk, Harold Par-
ker. TO FORGET: Rice, noodles & cheese-
burgers. Nose, tests. CHALLENGE: passing
math. FAVORITE SAYING: You fat slob.
El Whoppoo. FUTURE PLANS: Be a doctor,
take life cosy, smoke big cigars & have a
TO REMEMBER: Spanish 2, Ernie, Soph.
Field Day, Carnivals. TO FORGET: Satire
& Comedy, Getting caught ..., Suki.
CHALLENGE: To move from Wilmington,
which I love so much. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: Come on, huh? FUTURE PLANS: To
join the service, to enjoy life.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Patrons Drive 3,4;
Hockey 1,2,4; Football 1; Cross Country 1.
TO REMEMBER: VS,DM,SO,JV Show,
BG, KH & Wellington, I've got to be me, my
buddy and 2 points, LG.SC, Kevin & Jimmy,
strikers haven, Foster's Pond. TO FOR-
GET: Am. Lit., let her drown, injuries,
breaking my knuckle, fire alarm. Wed.
morns. CHALLENGE: Be the best at what-
ever I do. FAVORITE SAYING: Fair to
poor. FUTURE PLANS: Stay single and
have lots of money .
TO REMEMBER: SOB, Cur Ev., Geo. Isl,
Sat Com & Gram Use. CHALLENGE: To tie
my shoes by myself. FUTURE PLANS: To
ACTIVITIES: Fid Hky 1,2,3,4; Bskball 1,2,
3,4; Sftball 1,3,4; Pat Dr 3,4; Pr Com 3,4;
Ice Hky 2,3,4. TO REMEMBER: Beach
Boys, 8/24/74, SP,LK, parties. Buddy's 2
pts, JV Show, VW, skip days. The Gang,
Kowloon & Seabrook "74", BB, Summer
"73", Swamp, allnighter, JCJ, Joey 8/23/74.
TO FORGET: Being accident-prone, play-
offs "73" Andover. FUTURE PLANS: Col-
lege, pursue a career in the medical field.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3; Senior Class
Vice President. TO REMEMBER: Jean, 213
Emerson, 9/21/74, Paul, 99's with JN, Jr.
Prom with JN, BPD & RL, 1/7/73, Zero &
Don with Doc, Waldo, BO, Penguin, Vin,
Lynn, Motor & Mac, Jimmy, Good friends
in a good area, JV show, David's house,
G/75. TO FORGET: 9/1/74, JM & PW, BP.
CHALLENGE: All those B.P.S. FUTURE
ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2,3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: 7th period math last year. TO FOR-
GET: The inside of Mr. Garrett's office.
FUTURE PLANS: Go into the Navy, be-
come an electrician.
TO REMEMBER: Pop& Mom R., KO.DD,
Cheryl, Judy, Oct. 13, 74, Girls in Printing,
S.H.P., Dunkin Donuts. TO FORGET:
Back stabbers, a certain person, youth cen-
ter, 72, arguments with Richard. CHAL-
LENGE: Owning a house, and surviving in
this world. FUTURE PLANS: To live a hap-
py life, and to be married to Richard in Sept.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball
2; Drama 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Student Council
4; SC Play; Math League 3; Yearbook; NHS
3,4; OEA 4. TO REMEMBER: Drum Corps,
KB, CC, friends. From H to E, Burger Chef.
TO FORGET: Standardized tests. CHAL-
LENGE: To place other peoples' wants and
needs before mine and to smile always.
FAVORTE SAYING: You're Kidding!
FUTURE PLANS: To learn, work and love.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Chess Club 1,2;
Chess Team 3. TO REMEMBER: ML,
6/1/73, Field day 73, Who's on First, WL,
Arab, JW, Worrysome MC, Chemistry
Movie. TO FORGET: 4th term in Mr.
Lynch's class, 9/3/73, Calculus tests,
SAT's, History reports, The Man from Sad,
Mr. Fardy's tests. FUTURE PLANS: To go
ACTIVITIES: Workstudy 3,4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Shoe, 56 High St, NWDs, The
Big Family, PC,AS,TC,TM, Janet, The New
House, the egg, 64 Valiant, all my friends,
getting loaded, skipping school, Cornish,
ski trips. TO FORGET: WHS, Summer of
73, Certain people. CHALLENGE: To im-
prove my skiing. FAVORITE SAYING:
Bagonia, shoe for a few. FUTURE PLANS:
To lead a good life and always be happry .
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Bskball 1,2,
3,4; Baseball 3,4; JV Show, Pat. Dr.; Pr.
Com. TO REMEMBER: Mafia gang, Vin,
Dorv, Lynn, Mac, Pogo, Bob,
BB,CR,DC,DC, Drinking at my house,
GCG, New Yrs. at Scifo's, Fid Day 72,
Tourist Att., DM, Wint. Drking 72-73,
Glengate papers, Bowdoin Col. parties.
Coaches B,D,G. TO FORGET: Camp Wak-
uta, Andover, JV Show, Nails. CHAL-
LENGE: Setting up business with Scifo.
FUTURE PLANS: Be a lawyer.
ROBERT F. PIDGEON
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3, Captain 4. TO
REMEMBER: 2 Soccer Championships, All
my good times with my friends. TO FOR-
GET: The Shoe, 3 years of Algebra I, Wes-
ty's Big Mouth. FUTURE PLANS: To be
happy in whatever I do.
ACTIVITIES: Track 1,2,3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: NH weekend, Mrs. L, Coming home
from beach, tracks, 383. TO FORGET: NH,
3 days, Getting kicked out of parties —
dances. CHALLENGE: Ski all year round.
FAVORITE SAYING: Nothing to right
home about. FUTURE PLANS: Work.
ACTIVITIES; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Ecology
Club 1,2; JV Show & Patrons Drive 3,4. TO
REMEMBER: 9/7/73. TO FORGET: Math
1st period. CHALLENGE: Getting an "A"
in Mrs. Aldrich's Class. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "Oh Mother!" FUTURE PLANS: To
go to college and become a physical
ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2, Ski Club 1,2,3,4.
TO REMEMBER: The weekend at Pilchers
camp partying all weekend. TO FORGET:
Smashing my car at Pilchers camp at a week-
end party. CHALLENGE: Skining the Out
of Limits. FAVORITE SAYING: Wang it.
FUTURE PLANS: To become a machinists
ACTIVITIES: Spring Track 2,3,4; Winter
Track 2,4; CC. 2,3,4; TO REMEMBER:
DR, 4/29/74 & night after, W-74, A-71,
ll'o"SR, CM 11'6!!, 3rd AP, Dracut, Burl,
Tewks - 72, Biking to SC, Wash DC,
Chuck's SD, RJ, Hospitality, Chairs and
Towels, Crystal Springs & Phebe Praire
Shit Hoppus & Bogus, Rocks on Rocks,
Zookie Raids. TO FORGET: SHIN
SPLINTS, CC 3,4, CM-72, SC at ELP & nerf
soccer. FUTURE PLANS: To backpack,
TO REMEMBER: My Sophomore year, the
group from "73", a certain group in "219",
Mr. H., Mrs. K., the Boss, CB,LC,DS, Sully.
TO FORGET: Gym, the crowded school,
lunch periods, Mr. M's speeches and the
long studies. CHALLENGE; To live each
day in full happiness. FAVORITE SAY-
ING; Eat your heart out! Future Plans: Go
to college and travel.
ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 1,2,3. TO RE
MEMBER: Lorrenzo. TO FORGET; Chen
Lab, French I & II. CHALLENGE; to make
to M.I.T. FUTURE PLANS; Oceanograph^
ANNE MARIE RICHARD
TO REMEMBER: Jr. Prom, Mr. G., Mr. S.,
activity class, Billy and DC, frier\ds, 1st day.
TO FORGET: gym classes, Jr. yr., study
halls. CHALLENGE: Getting an '"A".
FAVORITE SAYING: "Cut the baloney."
FUTURE PLANS: To have a career as a sec-
retary and to be with/BQ.
MARGARET M. RILEY
TO REMEMBER: Getting out at 10:30, TO
FORGET: Study's, WHS, signing out,
freshman year. Type I,II. CHALLENGE: To
try and stay as straight as I am now. FU-
TURE PLANS: To stay young and single.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Student Council 3;
Tennis 3; Ski Club 3,4. TO REMEMBER:
friends. GS Urchins, bikin & hikin, good
conversations. Junior Year?, inane stal-
warts, ski trips, proms, the good classes.
FAVORITE SAYINGS: You're obnoxious.
Don't bore me. FUTURE PLANS: To fur-
ther my education, travel, back packing . . .
And in the future, as in the past, let me find
love and laughter.
ACTIVITIES: Ftbl 1,2,3; Pr Com 3,4; JV
Show 3; Patrons Drive 3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: Dorv, Ralph, Vin, Ken, Kringle, Merl,
Bob, Rick, Bob T, DC, Patti Dec 28, Linda,
Greasey, BU, Hello it's me. Spartan
-l-Hector, parties at Ralph's, Toby, Banana,
Mafia H 1-10. TO FORGET: Accident
10/18/74, Wakuta and the Bear. FAVORITE
SAYING: Tell me about it! FUTURE
PLANS: Go to college for Law.
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2,3,4; Patron's
Drive 4. TO REMEMBER: Paul 10/11/74
P Drive, SD, DD, ST, MS, JD, TS, JR,
TB,MB,FTB games #56, BF - Fr, NH, DM
- Fr, And, SD's party, KN, BT, MC, TO
FORGET: Shorthand Class. FUTURE:
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,2,3; Spring
Track 2,3, capt. 4; Cross Country 3,4; Win-
ter Track 4. TO REMEMBER: Track with
Mr. Kelly, Beating Andover in STFK cot-
tage. Biology I and II, The weekends. TO
FORGET: MW after he's had a few. Basket-
ball with Geno D., Spanish II, My love life.
Breaking my leg in the long jump. CHAL-
LENGE: To make alot of money and be
happy. FUTURE PLANS: To be successful.
J. Mike Russo
TO REMEMBER: All the parties. TO
FORGET: High School. CHALLENGE: Fri-
day Night. FAVORITE SAYING: Money.
FUTURE PLANS: Travel.
ACTIVITIES: Hanging around with Pais-
ano after school. TO REMEMBER: Jim
Ward, Jr. yr., Hanging around with the
guys. TO FORGET: Injury, Camp Wakuta,
Geno's class. Driving with GF, Spanish.
CHALLENGE: 4 good yrs. of college. FA-
VORITE SAYING: What can I say? FU-
TURE PLANS: Go to college.
TO REMEMBER: Kevin Nolan, Jimmy
Ward, everyone in the class of "75" & ev-
erything, friends, parties, dances. TO
FORGET: Camp Wakuta, Football "4", Fri-
day Oct. 4. CHALLENGE: 4 years of col-
lege, hopefully. FAVORITE SAYING:
Dynamite. FUTURE PLANS: probably
TO FORGET: Mr. Kelley's sick jokes.
FUTURE PLANS: Ministry work.
ACTIVITIES: Bsktball Cheering 2; Ftball
Cheering 3, co-capt. 4; Pr. Com. 3,4. TO
REMEMBER: Steven 8/30/74, DD 8/21/74
BB, Chips 'n' butts, CA, Friends, DP, Sum-
mer '74, RI Lounge, MTJ, 4-19, 9/27/74,
Good times, JV Show, WHS, VW, bus rides,
Kev, John. TO FORGET: DB, Medfd.,
7/8/71, assembhes & dances/MS, driveins
— NH/BD, sister', LK parties, fights, acci-
dents. FAVORITE SAYING: Could be
ACTIVITIES: Bskt. 1,2,3 Capt. 4, Pres. 4;
JV Show; Prom Com. 3,4; Patrons Dr. 3,4.
TO REMEMBER: RP'S bdrm, sock, JV
Show, Linda, Mafia gang, Ralph, Dorv,
Lynn, BB, SO, CR, DC, KK, DC, GCG, fid.
day 73, Burnsey sick in my car, JW, Bullet.
TO FORGET: When some fool stole my
clothes during a BB game and I had to walk
to RP'S in my shorts. CHALLENGE: Going
out with Linda. FUTURE PLANS: To have
my own business .
ACTIVITIES: Winter Track 2,3,4; Spring
Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 4; WILDCAT 2,
3, publisher 4; JV Show. TO REMEMBER:
Tying up RWG in Design 3; Paper airplane
fights in design 3; RWG'S imitation of CK;
Tana Leanes. TO FORGET: Getting wrong
answers in Mr. Kelley's class. CHAL-
LENGE: The Industrial Art dept. to paint
the Id wall. FUTURE PLANS: Commercial
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Band 2,
3,4; Color Guard 1,2; Concert Choir 2,3,4;
Mixed Vocal 3,4; Jazz Rock 4; Senior Play.
TO REMEMBER: Concerts, Plays, Parties.
TO FORGET: Nothing except gym. CHAL-
LENGE: To make principal horn, and con-
duct a band number. FAVORITE SAYING:
Neat! FUTURE PLANS: Teach music at a
college, learn to play oboe.
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ROBERT S. SHUFLAT
TO FORGET: Mr. McMahon, all things
connected with school. CHALLENGE:
Blowing the doors off a Mustang. FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: If you can't drive it, park it;
If you can't park it, junk it; If you can't junk
it. Burn it! FUTURE PLANS: To be a jack of
all trades .
ACTIVITIES: Basketball cheerleading 1,2,
capt. 3; Ski Club 1,2. TO REMEMBER: Bil-
ly, Skiing with MK,B., and F. at Gustock,
cheering, all my friends especially
RF,CT,CA,CR, Jan. 1, 1973, Jan. 4 1974.
CHALLENGE: Strive to be happy. FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: Smile! FUTURE PLANS:
Modeling or Airline Stewardess .
ACTIVITIES: Peer Group 2,3; Softball 2,3.
TO REMEMBER: Studies, the Path, the
closet. Sweethearts, friends. TO FORGET:
Lunches, snotty people, the line up of boys
at lunch, the High School band, getting
caught cutting, French 9,10,11. FAVORITE
SAYING: Durrrr; Ya know?; You Scum-
bag. FUTURE PLANS: To be successful at
something and to be happy with it.
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 1,2,3,4. FA-
VORITE SAYING: I can't wait. FUTURE
PLANS: I want to be a dancer.
P * ^'-VAfi
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Patrons, Drive 3,4;
Prom Comm 4. TO REMEMBER: BL,
10/18/74, PC, 12/2/72, Haven, Common, PJ
parties, locker, fb. field, bus rides/soccer
gms, ski trips, HP, w/CT,PB,JR, losing PB
at VW, Plans, the kids, J. Ward, little Ricky
T, track. TO FORGET: Sunapee w/CT,
1/20/74, my party, stonewall, JR, passing
out at YC, Andover party, asmbls/dances
w/TS, drive-ins. CHALLENGE: Everything
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: The shaving cream fight in front of
the drug store on Halloween night 1974. TO
FORGET: Striking out with the bases load-
ed 3&2 count in bottom of the 7th inning.
Chucks class. FAVORITE SAYING: Really
To excited Putrid. FUTURE PLANS: Proba-
bly go on to college.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2,3; Tennis 3,4;
Pottery Club 4; JV Show 3. TO REMEM-
BER: All of my friends and the times we had
this past year, my life in Detroit, 1st time
skiing, backstage of JV Show. TO FOR-
GET: Crowded halls, homework. CHAL-
LENGE: Try to get where I want to be in the
world and then making it. FUTURE
PLANS: To do something having to do with
fashion, and some day to live without
ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Basketball 1; Stu-
dent Council 3,4. TO REMEMBER: Sheryl,
dances, JV Show, Jamie and Joe in the locker
room with the Bear. TO FORGET: CHUCK'S
ID class. Camp Wakuta (Freddie Bear),
school lunches. CHALLENGE: getting up
for school. FAVORITE SAYING: Alright!
FUTURE PLANS: College?
CHALLENGE: To make enough money to
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 1,2,3,4 - Pres.;
Science Club 3,4 - Vice Pres.; NHS 3,4 -
Vice Pres.; Math League 3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: Krey Christmas Party, Drama Festi-
vals, Class Play, Cast Parties, Magic Show.
TO FORGET: Chem. Movie, JV Show.
FUTURE PLANS: Teach Dance.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1,2,3,4; C. Country
2,3,4; Wint. T. 4; Soccer 1; JV Show 3; Pa-
trons Drive 3,4. TO REMEMBER: JVShow,
Patrons Drives, Legs, #2 in C.C, Papillon
with MB CW, Maggie's class. Scrubs. TO
FORGET: Foster's Pond, Wed. morning,
660's. CHALLENGE: Finish ahead of J.L.
FUTURE PLANS: College.
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1-4; W. Track
1-4; S. Track 1-4; Varsity Club. TO RE-
MEMBER: Track Championship, Zookie
hunts, Kev, Col, Track Team, Mr. K., Mr.
Cripps, Mr. Hartnett, The Cape, Red Jacket.
TO FORGET: 10:44, Prom, going wrong
way, my ankles, 660's. CHALLENGE: Enjoy
life. FUTURE PLANS: College, have a good
DEBORAH A. STEEN
ACTIVITIES: Pat Dr 3,4; JV show. TO
REMEMBER: My Parents, family
+relatives, GB, DW, Charlestown, LC, DJ,
MC, LH, Junior Pr, Seabrook. TO FOR-
GET: Nb,SP, gym with McCarthy, book-
keeping. CHALLENGE: To pass office
machines with Gershon, to get through the
halls without McCarthy stopping ya. FA-
VORITE SAYING: Come on, huh; I'm only
kidding. FUTURE PLANS: To get married
and have a big family and nice house.
RICHARD J. STRATTON
ACTIVITIES: WILDCAT staff 1, Publisher
2,3, Man. Ed. 4; Science Club 3, Treas. 4;
Patrons Drive 3; JV Show; Senior Class Play
2,4; NHS. TO REMEMBER: The Bird Farm,
my van, greasers. Condor, Deejay, my of-
fice, pole vaulting, stupid notes, movies,
Bromus. TO FORGET: The Bendable Pen-
cil, Where's my money?, ankles, analysis
and calculus tests, creeping crud. Ranger
Rick. FUTURE PLANS: College.
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 2; Girls Track 3; JV
Show 3. TO REMEMBER: Friends, my car,
parties. Big C, long talks, buzz, Maine,
summer 73, week-end wipeouts, Sl/MS,
Hampton 74, W, flowers, lucking out of de-
tention 4 yrs in a row, parking lot in the
rain, clubing, blonde locks, common. TO
FORGET: a few certain evenings. Chuck's
class. CHALLENGE: surviving 12 yrs of
school. FAVORITE SAYING: nice talk.
ACTIVITIES: JV Show 3; Patrons Drive 3,
4; Yearbook 4. TO REMEMBER: deep sea
fishing, SVRVTHS, Olive, LA LA LA LA
LA, Margaret, Beach Baby, 4 degrees. Blue
bell, 3/27/74, JW, All of my friends. TO
FORGET: Auntie, Chem, John-Boy, 4/6/74,
Lips, 11/24/72, peanut butter. FUTURE
PLANS: college, help people and be happry .
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,4. TO REMEM-
BER: Photon, swamp-party, Leo, McNabb,
Doe. TO FORGET: Mr. Shiere, Andover,
stories about MM. FAVORITE SAYING: I
don't know. FUTURE PLANS: Hairdress-
ACTIVITIES: Majorette, Patrons Drive. TO
REMEMBER: MC, all my friends. Soph,
year. Bus rides with Band to football games,
DL parties. TO FORGET: School lunches
and rules. CHALLENGE: Get a good job, get
married, keep on going out with MC. FA-
VORITE SAYING: Got any birdseed, Let's
ride through Reading, Stick it. FUTURE
PLANS: get a good job, get married later in
the years .
STEPHEN M. SWISHER
ACTIVITIES: Prom Comm 4; Patron's Dr
3. TO REMEMBER: JDP 4-16-72, tea at
Gigliottis, getting caught going to Jack's by
MR M, it's time to laugh. House of Pan-
cakes, MG calling the white coats on me,
CT's wedding. Class '74, Toots and Chunk,
Fr yr, screamin' penical, ftbll & hcky games,
flat on 93. TO FORGET: Sr Pr 73, freak ac-
cidents, Jr skip day 72, boys line up in cafe,
50's day 74 Lowell Sun, my Jr Prom.
ACTIVITIES: Workstudy 2,3,4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Jan, partying through my fresh-
man year. Teach, the Hotshots, my trip to
Boston, the wall, the woods and my teeruck.
TO FORGET: As little as possible. FA-
VORITE SAYING: Damned if I know,
FUTURE PLANS: To turn JP to JS, contin-
ue as a machinist and eventually own my
own business .
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 1,2,3; Prom
Comm. 3,4; Patrons Drive 3,4; Art Club 1,2,
3; Peer Group 4; JV Show; Ski Club 1,2,3.
TO REMEMBER: Dave, 8/20/73, Beach
Boys, W.I.B.N., Fri. Trips, Peanut Butter,
Little Red Truck, G.C.G., LN, DF & MM,
mouse, animal crackers, JV. Show, my
friends. TO FORGET: Motorcycle Mama,
goat, Sue's suitcase. FUTURE PLANS:
Dental Ass't Career and get married.
JOAN P. THERIAULT
"Time is not measured
by the passing of the years,
but by what one does, what one feels,
and what one achieves."
Thanks to BM.
JUNE 8 1975
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Hear ye! Hear ye! Today I pronounce you, the members of the class of 1975 of Wilmington High School to
be fully mature, responsible, independent adults. Fully armed with a high school diploma and ready to meet
the world head on, or as the case may be, the world will meet you, head on.
Ladies and gentlemen, let me tell you, I'd hate to be there when that crash occurs.
Let's use our imaginttions for a moment. What would that crash sound like?? The Wilmington High
School Class of 1975 which you see around you faces a world of massive unemployment, energy shortages,
world starvation, and hatred.
Clearly these are disasters brought on by present and past generations. Even so, these are problems which
every graduate of high school or college today must deal with.
The phrase "It's every man for himself" has been the value on which are based international, national, and
local relations. Many of the problems which we witness together today are brought about by competition
among men and nations.
Rather than work together, we compete, and not contribute toward a common goal. Competition has been
one of the harsh realities of our times. Indeed, idealism itself has fallen into virtual extinction. Our society
tends to regard competition as a necessary evil, forced upon us. Unfortunately, we prefer competing against
each other rather than contributing to each other.
Ideally, if men everywhere all contribute and work together, then all of these problems can, in time, be
solved. No longer will there by hunger or starvation. Ecological disasters can be dealt with rationally and
hopefully be avoided.
Rampant inflation can be cured and employment, not unemployment, will be a reality and not a dream.
How many of us can rightly say we are contributing fully to the improvement of our society?
Isn't each one of us principally in search of his own personal Utopia?
These are questions to which we, as graduates, and all of us, as individuals and participants in society must
respond. Yet I do not wish to present a pessimistic outlook for the future. I merely want us to be aware of the
limitations of the present, when considering the possibilities of the future. It is time for a re-evaluation of our
morals and ideals.
For, the future is now. Perhaps the phrase, "Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you", may
help us contribute more to each others' lives and to society as a whole.
Henry David Thoreau once said, "If you have built castles in the air, your dreams need not be lost, just lay
the foundations under them."
— Willis F. Lyford
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ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 1; Basketball
1,2,3,4. TO REMEMBER: The wall, the
hole, Cude, Palms, Pilla, Jay, cleaning out
VW, good times. TO FORGET: The hike,
phone call, DeMoulas, Chuck's Class, Night
at Sam's. FAVORITE SAYING: Excited.
Jake the Snake
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 1,2,3; L.C. 1,2,3,4;
Skipping 1,2,3,4. TO REMEMBER: The
gang, Mrs. W., EW, BC, MC, Jimmy Ward,
HG, Being Crazy, 'S9 " Plaza, BP. TO
FORGET: JWF, MH, ST w PH, 9/7/73,
Hospitals, Fuzzy accidents. FAVORITE
SAYING: Gimme a break. FUTURE
PLANS: To be the best at what ever I do.
TO REMEMBER: All the messing around in
the cafe, and the nice chick there. TO FOR-
GET: The happy hooker in the cafe, the of-
fice. CHALLENGE: To succeed in life.
FAVORITE SAYING: I'm sure! FUTURE
PLANS: Go to college for engineering, or
TO REMEMBER: Cape Cod, Wakeda, Kan-
gamangus, barfing, Niel Young, space mo-
bile, AK's driving, concerts, thumpergames,
Mrs. Heim, cookies. Chink, Chomp, Ears,
April, Hebba, Lorie, Sheryl, my parents.
High St., Merri. TO FORGET: Mr. Deluca,
moring, barfing, WHS, Merri's transmis-
sion, bikies. FAVORITE SAYING: I'm
sure. FUTURE PLANS: To party, have fun,
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1; Wrestling 3. TO
REMEMBER: The whole gang, especially
Deb, taking over DA's locker. TO FOR-
GET: The exhaust falling off my car. FA-
VORITE SAYING: Deb, want to look at the
curtains? FUTURE PLANS: Five more years
of school to become a pipe fitter.
SUSAN E. TOWLE
ACTIVITIES: JV Show; Patrons Drive 3,4;
Concert Choir 2; OEA. TO REMEMBER:
JV Show, Jr. Banquet, friends, good times,
China Blossom, Jr. Skip Day, Jr. Sleepout,
Kevin Nolan, Jim Ward, family, Carol &
Lynn's wedding, contests, football games,
dances. TO FORGET: High Beams. CHAL-
LENGE: Getting up in the morning. FA-
VORITE SAYING: That figures. FUTURE
PLANS: Be happily married with a family.
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1; Tennis 2,3,4;
WILDCAT 3; Yearbook Staff, co-editor;
Student Council 4; Patrons Drive 3,4. TO
REMEMBER: Jim Ward, Italian 2, RED,
Patrons Drive 4, Chicago, GOYA. TO
FORGET: Trampoline, Back roll, YES meet-
ings, Chuck's room, lunch lines, Softball '74,
CBR with BKM. FUTURE PLANS: College
and have a good time in life.
ACTIVITIES: Art club 1,2; Science club 3;
Math league 3. TO REMEMBER: HL, LK,
CAROL, PC, LM, SN, FIC, BIO. 2,5th, ist,
Steve, JB, Aerosmith, ST. TO FORGET:
Food Stalls, GS, EM, 4th, 3rd. CHAL-
LENGE: Get the best of life. FAVORITE
SAYING: Wac Wac. FUTURE PLANS; Go
to college, get married and enjoy life.
BRIGITTE JOYCE VANDERLEY
ACTIVITIES: Majorettes 2,3; Basketball
Cheering 3; JV Show; Patron's Dr. 3; Jr.
Prom Committee, Ecology Club, Concert
Choir 3, Gymnastics 3. TO REMEMBER:
Everyone at WHS, JV Show, Concerts, The
twist, 4 Sr. Prom, Class of 74, Dances, Ma-
jorettes, Soccer Games, Rick and Hans. TO
FORGET: The hatred between people,
French, Crowds, Reports, Youth Ctr, Cheer-
ing, Beeries, and Moving. CHALLENGE: To
see, taste, and touch all the beautiful things
in life. FUTURE PLANS: Travel, Dance,
Career in Modeling.
ACTIVITIES: Concert Choir 1; Ecology
Club; Secretary 2; Gymnastics 2,3; Elemen-
tary School & tutoring 3,4; JV Show 3; Pat.
Dr. 4. TO REMEMBER; Oct. 6, 1973, JV
show, BA, AR's party, sunshine, footballs,
games. TO FORGET: DA, DD, having
Math 1st period for 3 yrs., coming back
from Weinberg's with DW & GB. CHAL-
LENGE: Achieving an "A" in Math. FA-
VORITE SAYING; Ask me if I care. FU-
TURE PLANS; Teach special ed. and be
happy with my special someone.
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Key Club 3,
4 treasurer; Student Government Day 3;
Science Club 4. TO REMEMBER: My ju-
nior year with my girl friend and all the ski
trips. TO FORGET: My senior year. CHAL-
LENGE; To make it through life successful-
ly. FAVORITE SAYING: Everything is
really easy, once you learn it. FUTURE
PLANS: Go to college and then get married,
and become a successful rancher.
ACTIVITIES: Bowling League 4; Math
League 4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3,4;
Student Gov't Program 3, Assistant Police
Chief. TO REMEMBER: Rich. CHAL-
LENGE: To succeed in life. FUTURE
PLANS: Do police work.
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 4; Winter
Track 1,2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4. TO
REMEMBER: Beating Andover, Spring
Track, Championship scrabs. TO FORGET:
High School. FUTURE PLANS: Be success-
ful in College.
ACTIVITIES: Shawsheen OSP 2,3; Work-
Study 3,4; JV Show. TO REMEMBER:
"The Gang", pine groves, Oct 11th, "Irma",
a few good times at WHS. TO FORGET:
10th grade, school lunches, homework,
tests. CHALLENGE: to save up some mon-
ey. FAVORITE SAYING: If a man's mouth
is shut, it won't be so easy to put his foot in
TO REMEMBER: Sandy, the 2 chases, my
63 Falcon, Sludgy Stanley, Studley, Porky.
TO FORGET: W.A.D.S., going over the
stone wall in the brown Corvair.
ACTIVITIES; Peer Group 2,3,4; Student
Advisory Coun. 4; Student School Comm.
4; Student Gov't Day 3,4; Historical Com-
mission 3. TO REMEMBER: MM, BS, Jr.
Prom, Holyoke's St. Pats parade, Cardinals
73 & 74, McDonalds. TO FORGET: Doc's
bio. class, lunches. Analysis, apple picking
10/1/72. CHALLENGE: Getting up inthe
morning! FAVORITE SAYING: Really?
FUTURE PLANS: Sociological Study -
College, travel marriage.
JULIE K. WALLACE
ACTIVITIES: Ex. Bd. 3,4; PromComm. 3,4;
Pat. Dr. 4; GIH asst. 3; cap. 4; ]V show. TO
REMEMBER: Parties at Pifcher's, rt. 1, Cin-
dylou, Kowloon, help me, VW, WH, ballet
slippers, EG, Topsfield Fair, SO, roller skat-
ing, BDSBP, Jr. Prom, Doe's party, congo,
Geno's class. TO FORGET: Ride home from
beach, bathtub, 93 el camino, flying shrimp,
playing hockey 4AM, LK's party, wrong
train, the 30's, losing my ring. FUTURE
PLANS: Que sera sera !
JOY H. WALLEY
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ACTIVITIES: Softball 1; Concert Choir 1,3,
4; Ecology Club 2; Executive Board 4. TO
REMEMBER: Him, AM, balloons, so-and-
so, Jr. Prom, good teachers, friends, CD,
lunch, meeting WV, talks with LP, never
getting caught. TO FORGET: Gym, bad
times, the day it rained, CA, finals, chem.
movie. CHALLENGE: To get an A in-
Calculus. FAVORITE SAYING: See if I
care. FUTURE PLANS: College, travel, stay
TO REMEMBER: "smoking" under the
tree, Spanish I, AR's party, Sunshine, all
nighters, "balz", camping in "Maine ' with
CJ RB RP. TO FORGET: coming back from
Wienberg's with JV GB, stop sings, RP, Oct
14, spagetti dinners, getting caught. CHAL-
LENGE: make the most out of my life and
be happy. FAVORITE SAYING: "help me"
"but that's beside the point". FUTURE
PLANS: to work with deprived or special
ACTIVITIES: Girls Spr. Track 1; Field
Hockey 1,2; Basketball Cheerleader 3; Foot-
ball cheerleader 4; Prom com. 3,4; Yr. Book
4, Photo. 3; Pat. Dr. 3,4; Ex. Bd. 3,4; Stu-
dent Govt. 3,4; JV show. TO REMEMBER:
Friends, Jr. yr., JV show, Jr. Prom, cheering,
CH, LA, CB, Bob, 12/2/73, Chips 'n' Butts,
5 B's, Wobnair, Stop & Go, Dr, Video, JW.
TO FORGET: Accidents, LK, MS, party,
6/30/74, K, RI (notes). FUTURE PLANS:
College for Spec. Ed.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,
2,3,4; Spring Track 3,4. FUTURE PLANS:
To enjoy whatever I do. TO FORGET: "The
Zone", "The Shoe", and "The Trailer". TO
REMEMBER: Trying to be sociable at Celtic
games, Salisbury beach and the tracks.
CHALLENGE: Having a brawl with Poates.
FAVORITE SAYING: "Let's get the show
on the road".
ACTIVITIES: Work Study 3,4. TO RE-
MEMBER: Pat, all my friends, the hole, the
wall. Jay, Joe Palms, Cude, trip to Vermont,
all the concerts. TO FORGET: The hike, the
cellar. FUTURE PLANS: Work.
TO REMEMBER: Bob 1/14/73, friends,
CH, RD, LK, DB, DS, DW, RB, SW, sum-
mers, Hedding, skipping over DW's, par-
ties, Bob's fam.. Prom, going out to lunch,
Emersons, 96 Tears, Mr. Maggio, Mr.
Shiere, Susie Plo, Bob's Chevy, the Cape.
TO FORGET: Bio., Clerical, Fr. yr., yel.
tank, breaking up with Bob, being suspend-
ed, the letter, gym, YC. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: You brat. FUTURE PLANS: Always
be happy, marry Bob.
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ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3,4. TO REMEM-
BER: My freshman year, the Record Hops,
Out back, CL, JW. TO FORGET: Beach
Boys concert, Wednesday morning. CHAL-
LENGE: To live past 30. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: I don't believe it. FUTURE PLANS:
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; Ski Club
Treasurer 1,2,3, President 4; JV Show; Pa-
trons Drive 3. TO REMEMBER: DS, Paul's,
SD, Dance 73, camping, Mike, soccer par-
ties, Mr. Lynch, Coach Lentine. TO FOR-
GET: Dance 72, lunch, halls with DS, field
day, practice. CHALLENGE: Getting up.
FAVORITE SAYING: Really? FUTURE
PLANS: College, then getting married and
raising a family.
ACTIVITIES: Newspaper 3,4; Track 3;
Pats. Dr.; Creative Expression 1,2. TO
REMEMBER: My brother Kevin, VJ, Celtics
& Red Sox Games, Mr. D, Mr. Fessenden,
Mr. Scanlons's class, being the only girl in
Mr. Malay's class, Wildcat, basketball. TO
FORGET: 3/24/74. CHALLENGE: Earn
$75,000 a yr., retire young enough to enjoy
it. FAVORITE SAYING: "Oh well". FU-
TURE PLANS: Become a sports reporter, go
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4. CHAL-
LENGE: Not to quit soccer. FAVORITE
SAYING: T will fear no evil". FUTURE
PLANS: To teach and write.
ACTIVITIES: Spanish Nat'l Honor Society;
Band 2; Concert Choir 2,4; Mixed Vocal 4;
Ring Committee 2, Yearbook Staff 4; Liter-
ary Magazine 4. TO REMEMBER; Jr. Year,
Physics, friends, Hugo, 10/9. TO FORGET:
Spanish, Hist., Fr. Year, uniforms. CHAL-
LENGE: Graduating and staying sane.
FUTURE PLANS; To be a Physical
TO REMEMBER: Long walks with N.H.,
kids from North Reading, Summer of 74,
JFO, Parties. TO FORGET: Accident at Sal-
em State 10/9/74 with Nancy. FUTURE
PLANS: To attend Business college, become
an accountant and a secretary.
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limited vision permits. When we arrive at the end of our vision, we can once again glimpse into the
future and see as far as our eyes permit us.
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